With just days to go before the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) compliance date, some companies may be scrambling to get their data collection and management processes in order. Others, however, might be taking a wait-and-see approach before fulling investing into large-scale changes. Whatever an organization’s plan, there are certain things all covered entities should know about the far-reaching privacy law before January 2020.

From how to handle web browser cookies to overlooked security requirements, here are four things to consider before the compliance date:

The CCPA Is Mostly Ready

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