Virginia CDPA Lands: What You Need To Know
Virginia is officially the next major state since California to pass a comprehensive privacy law. The Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (‘CDPA’) establishes definitions regarding precise geolocation data, targeted advertising, and the sale of personal data and would grant data subjects with a range of rights including access and opt-out rights. Additionally, organizations will be subject to vendor management obligations as well as data security and data protection assessment requirements.
Related Reading: International: Comparing Virginia's CDPA with the CPRA and the GDPR
Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act
Join OneTrust DataGuidance and an expert panel from Woods Rogers for a reactionary webinar looking at the newly introduced CDPA. In this webinar, we will discuss first impressions of the CDPA, the benefits and challenges it may present, and a potential timeline and future predictions for the Act.
Key takeaways include:
- Initial reaction to the CDPA
- Key obligations for organizations and comparison to CCPA / CPRA programs
- Future predictions for the Act and its current status in the legislative cycle
Further Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act Resources
- OneTrust Blog: Virginia’s Consumer Data Protection Act Signed into Law
- OneTrust DataGuidance News: Virginia: Governor signs CDPA into law
- OneTrust DataGuidance Video: USA State Privacy Bill Developments: What You Need To Know
- OneTrust DataGuidance Portal: Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (CDPA)