Like numerous privacy laws in other states, California's Information Practices Act (SB 1386), requires companies and government agencies that store personal information about California residents to protect this data. When this information has been potentially exposed, organizations must notify all affected residents about the potential breach.
Personal information includes an individual or individual's name in combination with Social security number, driver’s license number or California identification card number, account number, credit or debit card number, security code, access code or password (PIN) that permits access to an account, or medical information.
Companies failing to deploy information security procedures or disclose potential breaches face liability from class action suits, as well as irreversible brand damage.
NextLabs' solution is a set of applications which include a comprehensive set of pre-built policy libraries and pre-built reports to provide an enterprise-wide protection of the consumer identity and personal information. Policy sets can be easily customized to the environment or used as templates to create new policies. The Solution can: