Virginia CDPA Data Compliance with Streamdal

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Beta

The data compliance features of Streamdal are currently in beta, and being tested with a select group of contributors, companies, and design partners. If you would like to participate in the beta, please reach out to us.

The Consumer Data Protection Act of Virginia (VCDPA) necessitates rigorous data protection standards, prioritizing consumer rights to access, correct, and delete personal data. With Streamdal, ensuring compliance is streamlined and transparent.

Streamdal’s Approach

With Streamdal’s data compliance features, you can enable:

Data Minimization: Establish robust rules to ensure data processing is in line with VCDPA requirements.

Timely Response to Requests: The combination of the open source and data governance Streamdal components will enable you to easily comply with customer data requests by helping automate inquiries.

Coming Soon: A visual guide on setting up VCDPA-specific rules in the Console UI.

Regulatory Insights

We wanted to make researching the relevant data regulations easier and give a better idea of where Streamdal could be the most impactful for your organization. In most cases, the combination of the observability and data governance capabilities will ensure successful compliance.

While more sections could be applicable, below are two sections taken from the VCDPA1 text with how Streamdal can help with data compliance:

§ SectionsHow Streamdal helps comply
§ 59.1-578:
Data controller responsibilities; transparency.
The Streamdal SDK can enforce rules on consumers and producers to reject or alert on data if it contains more personal data than what is necessary, ensuring data minimization.
§ 59.1-580:
Data protection assessments.
From the Console UI, you can make rules to ensure that wherever PII moves and is processed throughout your systems, it is documented for record-keeping and assessment requirements. Streamdal can effectively automate consumer inquiries on personal data.
Information

Did you know: VCDPA requirements on the timeliness for responding to requests to delete, requests to correct, and requests to know are no later than 45 business days?

Ensure consumer data rights and maintain VCDPA compliance effectively with Streamdal.


Footnotes

  1. Virginia. (2023). Consumer Data Protection Act. In Title 59.1. Trade and Commerce, Chapter 53 (Va. Code Ann. § 59.1-578, § 59.1-580). https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacodefull/title59.1/chapter53/

    The Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (“VCDPA”) went into effect on January 1, 2023. This new law provides Virginia residents certain rights for personal data collected by businesses under conditions outlined in the law.