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Is Your Auto or Truck Dealership Compliant with the California Consumer Privacy Act?

The California Consumer Privacy Act is a state law that mandates compliance with data management and security policies to increase consumer personal information protections. Businesses in California have until January 1, 2020 to get compliant with the new law.

Complete the form and a Helion representative will contact you to schedule an assessment that will identify what your company needs to do to comply with the CCPA.

Determining Reasonable Measures

In order to satisfy new CCPA requirements, dealerships must put “reasonable security procedures and practices” in place to protect consumer data. But what does “reasonable” mean?



Server and cloud security are part of CCPA-compliant data management. Are your servers up to speed with best practices? Dealerships must:

  • Implement effective boundary defense
  • Securely configure hardware and software on all storage devices
  • Increase malware defenses


CCPA compliance isn’t a one time fix. In order to protect your network, you need to monitor for new threats. Dealerships will be required to:

  • Continuously manage vulnerabilities
  • Carefully control administrative access
  • Improve audit log processes


Identifying and remediating security flaws and penetration risks is another key part of CCPA. Dealerships are expected to:

  • Inventory and actively manage networked hardware and software
  • Securely configure network devices, such as firewalls and routers
  • Institute email and web browser protections