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DataGrail is a data privacy platform for modern brands like Databricks, Restoration Hardware, and Twilio to build customer trust and deliver on their commitment to transparency. DataGrail gives businesses one easy-to-use platform to simplify, automate, and scale their privacy programs, and stay compliant with regulations like GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, and forthcoming regulations.

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Research Report: The State of CCPA 2021

by DataGrailMar 11, 2021

2020 was the year that the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect, giving Californian consumers the right to take more control of their data.

Here at DataGrail, we analyzed millions of DSRs processed throughout 2020 across our business-to-consumer (B2C) customers to create this report, which gives us unique insights into the number of requests a company can anticipate.

Read the report to learn:
• How many DSRs you can expect to receive
• What percent of DSRs are fraud on average
• How much time and money is spent on fulfilling DSRs
• A case study of two similar companies with very different DSR lead

Whitepaper: CPRA: The Simple Guide

by DataGrailMar 11, 2021

With the passage of Proposition 24 in California in the November 2020 US election, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) became law. Since the CPRA updates, expands, clarifies, and amends California's previous data privacy law (the California Consumer Privacy Act), it can be confusing exactly what businesses need to know — and do — before the CPRA takes effect in 2023.

In this guide, we'll help you make sense of what you need to know now about the CPRA, including:

• Key takeaways of the CPRA
• Key dates and timelines
• Impacts — good and bad — on consumers
• Impacts — good and bad — on businesses

Whitepaper: Privacy Management Solution Buyers Guide

by DataGrailMar 11, 2021

A privacy solution is the backbone of a solid privacy program, and choosing the right one for your particular business can be confusing and overwhelming at times. What answers from your own organization should you ask before you begin? What questions should you ask potential vendors as you evaluate? What minimum requirements should the solution satisfy?

To help you make the best decision for your company, our guide shares the best questions to ask your internal organization, as well as external privacy vendors. We also break down the key requirements every privacy solution should fulfil, including capabilities around identification, data mapping, automation, authentication, and partnerships.

Download the guide today.