Privacy and Regulations:

What's Next After CCPA?

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Privacy and Regulations: What's Next After CCPA

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) can be enforced as of July 1st, 2020, impacting many businesses in the State of California and beyond, for any company doing business with California customers. Now the CCPA will regulate how companies handle personal information and grant California consumers new rights to access and delete their data while placing restrictions on entities that collect, store, and sell Californians' personal information. And just on the heels of this landmark piece of legislation, lawmakers are now working on passing the CPRA, which, if passed by California voters this November will have even more comprehensive coverage and restrictions.

The CCPA is not the first privacy regulation, and it certainly won't be the last. Other states will likely follow suit and pass similar regulations. Businesses need to create flexible working plans to ensure ongoing compliance with an ever-changing regulatory landscape. Add to that the pressure due to the global spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the economic impact that followed; businesses had to furlough the workforce or migrate from the traditional office to remote-working environments. This has created additional risks, especially for organizations heavily relying on the IT Sec/Ops teams to monitor security and privacy and enforce regulatory compliance, and perhaps new challenges around collecting and managing employee health data.

Join us for a panel discussion to hear from privacy and legal experts about: 

1.   The scope and impact of the CCPA/CPRA and how other states can enforce similar regulations

2.   How companies can win by implementing automated discovery and privacy measures at scale 

3.   Considerations for managing privacy and ensuring internal compliance during these new and challenging work from home times


As a 13-year veteran of the security industry and organizational psychologist by training, Zak led the global sales and SE Training efforts at CheckPoint to help advance field education aimed at selling deeper and wider in targeted markets.

As Co-founder, Vice President of Sales and Business Development of Sequoia-backed Indeni, together with a talented team of individuals, Zak spearheaded entry into global markets of the Indeni security solution, bringing instant value to its wide customer base.

Zak holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology from Middlesex University, a Master of Science in organizational psychology from Hertfordshire University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Heriot-Watt University.


Odia Kagan is a partner and Chair of the GDPR Compliance & International Privacy Practice Group at Fox Rothschild LLP, a national law firm. Odia combines her in-depth knowledge of privacy and data security regulations and best practices – both domestic and international – with her understanding of emerging and information technologies to provide clients with practical advice on how to design and implement their products and services in the United States and abroad. Odia has advised more than 200 US-based and multinational companies on compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). She has earned law degrees in three countries – Israel, the United Kingdom and the United States – and is certified as a Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP) by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), a designation that signifies comprehensive knowledge of privacy and data protection laws. She has also been certified by IAPP as a Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) and a Certified Information Privacy Professional in the laws of the United States – private sector (CIPP/US), the laws of the European Union (CIPP/E) and by the PECB as a Certified Data Protection Officer (CDPO). Odia regularly publishes and speaks on matters of data protection. You can follow her on


In his role as Knowledge Manager at the IAPP, Dave Cohen oversees content contributions from the many privacy professionals actively engaged with the organization. These collected works of expertise are shared with IAPP members and the general public through our Privacy Perspectives and Privacy Tracker blogs, The Privacy Advisor newsletter, web conferences and live events throughout the year. He is currently managing the production of the IAPP’s virtual privacy education web conferences, and is a regular host on those programs.