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The CPA goes into effect July 1, 2023. SixFifty’s CPA documents can help your business prepare and stay compliant.
Documents included with Colorado Privacy (CPA)
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Colorado Data Protection Assessment
This Colorado Data Protection Assessment document memorializes your analysis of whether certain high-risk activities, such as selling personal information, are justified.
Colorado Data Processing Agreement - Controller or Processor
This is a Data Processing Agreement between your business and your vendor/service provider. It is intended to be included as an attachment to a Master Services Agreement
This is a Data Processing Agreement between your business and the company on whose behalf you act as a vendor/service provider. It is intended to be included as an attachment to a Master Services Agreement.
Colorado Policy - Controller or Processor
This document outlines how your company will handle personal information from consumers as a controller of personal information. This is meant to be an internal document, so it should be available to individuals within your company.
This document outlines how your company will handle personal information from consumers as a processor of personal information on behalf of a controller. This is meant to be an internal document, so it should be available to individuals within your company.
Colorado Privacy Notice
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