Preparing for Employee DSAR Under CPRA

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) exempted employees from most consumer data rights, but that changed as of January 1, 2022—when the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) went into effect.

CPRA gave California employees several new data rights, including the right to access, correct, delete, and restrict the use of sensitive personal identifiable information (PII)—all of which will create fresh privacy challenges for California businesses, even those who already have consumer data rights workflows in place.

This session features Transcend’s Head of Privacy & General Counsel, Brandon Wiebe, and Product Marketing Manager, Shaun Lichti, exploring:

- What CPRA requires in terms of employee data subject access requests (DSAR)
- How to navigate new DSAR challenges—such as sudden increases in DSAR volume, collating unstructured employee data, and managing redaction when employee PII overlaps
- How to effectively fulfill employee DSAR

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