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Resources2022-05-12T14:14:59-07:00

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Stay up-to-date with the latest in data privacy, consent management and health data with our free, on-demand resources.

Let us take the guesswork out knowing of which states have privacy laws. Use the map below to stay updated.

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US State Privacy Legislation Tracker

Truyo was built by the IntraEdge team in partnership with Intel® to make data privacy rights compliance easy and accessible. This purpose-built solution is designed to help you address real requirements on an ongoing basis.

current united states privacy laws

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White Papers

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Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act: What Businesses Need to Know

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CPRA Playbook – Your Guide to CPRA Compliance

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CCPA Regulations Update – September 2020

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Webinars

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What the Hack is going on with your Public Information?

Best practices for when large companies like Facebook and LinkedIn make breach and privacy headlines

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Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act: What Businesses Need to Know

Truyo and Rutan & Tucker team up to bring you an up-to-date webinar that breaks down the CDPA’s requirements highlights the likely impacts on your business, and presents best practices as you prepare for another round of complex privacy legislation.

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Expanded CCPA Regulations: How to Prepare for Additional Consumer Privacy Rights Changes

These newly-approved rules strengthen the language of the CCPA regulations approved by OAL in August 2020, including protecting consumers from unlawful business practices that may be deceptive or misleading.

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Expanded CCPA Regulations: How to Prepare for Additional Consumer Privacy Rights Changes

These newly-approved rules strengthen the language of the CCPA regulations approved by OAL in August 2020, including protecting consumers from unlawful business practices that may be deceptive or misleading.

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Expanded CCPA Regulations: How to Prepare for Additional Consumer Privacy Rights Changes

These newly-approved rules strengthen the language of the CCPA regulations approved by OAL in August 2020, including protecting consumers from unlawful business practices that may be deceptive or misleading.

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Expanded CCPA Regulations: How to Prepare for Additional Consumer Privacy Rights Changes

These newly-approved rules strengthen the language of the CCPA regulations approved by OAL in August 2020, including protecting consumers from unlawful business practices that may be deceptive or misleading.

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FAQ

How does the blockchain work with Truyo?2021-10-27T05:57:07-07:00

Truyo leverages a secure, private blockchain implementation to serve as the evidentiary component of the service. There are no public nodes participating in the blockchain, and no PII is ever stored on the blockchain itself. Instead, the Truyo blockchain serves as an immutable ledger for timestamping and recording all events like Requests, Tasks and Responses. We also use the ledger to store hashes of data so that we can confirm when data was changed.

Do I have to use a Data Lake with Truyo?2021-10-27T05:56:56-07:00

For manual processing of SARs, you do not have to create a Data Lake. But if you want any kind of automation, you will have to somehow centralize or interconnect your data sources to one degree or another. A Data Lake is significantly easier to set up and maintain than a Data Warehouse, easier to get buy-in from the data source owners, creates predictability for your operations, and it can be used to drive value for your enterprise through new insights, business intelligence and much more. With that said, Truyo leverages Data Lakes by default, but there are other configurations and ingestion options available if required.

What is a Data Lake?2021-10-27T05:56:19-07:00

A Data Lake is similar to a Data Warehouse in that is stores a vast amount of information in a central location. But unlike a Data Warehouse, which requires significant effort to normalize the data coming into the Warehouse, a Data Lake requires virtually no effort to normalize the data, so it is much easier to not only connect many disparate systems, but to also maintain those connections. Further, Data Lakes require no expensive hardware, so they scale very cost-effectively. Lastly, once built, a Data Lake can be used not only to fully-automate privacy operations, but it can be used to develop additional business insights and functions that could never exist without a centralized data asset.

How much are Truyo clients saving with automation?2021-12-01T21:27:46-07:00

Within one month we have saved:

  • A large retail chain $2.7m in operating costs with CCPA automation
  • A mid-size restaurant chain $350k in operating costs with CCPA automation
  • A national home goods chain $1.1m in operating costs with CCPA automation
  • A national health and wellness chain $2.6m in staffing costs with CCPA automation
  • A salon chain $180k in operating costs with CCPA automation
What if I have a data source that cannot connect with an API?2021-10-27T05:57:37-07:00

Oftentimes, legacy applications or printed materials have no possibility of an API connection. In these cases, automation may not be possible. But Truyo can automatically create a manual Task for your team members when it is necessary to interact with these sources.

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