Appian | Intelligent Data Privacy offering

KPMG and Appian help you meet CCPA requirements.

Orson Lucas

Orson Lucas

Principal, Advisory, Cyber Security Services, KPMG US

+1 704-502-1067

As consumers, we share highly personal data with the companies we trust. Information about our finances, family, health, location, and activities are collected and used by the companies we interact with daily. For years, we have entrusted businesses with this private data—without visibility into how it is being used.

Now, laws and regulations across the globe are enhancing our individual privacy rights and enabling us to take ownership of our data. The first of these new laws in the United States is the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), but other states—and even the federal government—are looking to implement similar regulations.

As both a consumer and a leader of your company’s privacy team, you understand the importance and challenges of privacy rights management. By demonstrating your company is a trusted custodian of customer data, you can enhance your reputation for integrity and strengthen customer loyalty. But delivering a solution that makes it easy for large numbers of customers to easily and quickly access their personal data in a dynamic regulatory landscape can be overwhelming.

Fortunately, KPMG LLP (KPMG) leverages advanced automation from Appian to provide an intelligent data privacy offering that engages with customers, manages high request volumes, and delivers information in an easy-to-understand format. This flexible offering helps you meet CCPA requirements, while demonstrating your organization’s commitment to privacy rights.  

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KPMG LLP has developed a modern and agile offering leveraging Appian’s low-code automation platform to help intelligently respond to data privacy requests, while decreasing many time consuming manual tasks that run the risk of errors. This flexible offering helps you meet California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) requirements, while demonstrating your organization’s commitment to privacy rights. 


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