Meet regulations with TDPSA compliance
The Texas Data Privacy and Security Act (
means that Texas has become the tenth US state to adopt a comprehensive data privacy law, intending to improve the control of data for consumers. TDPSA)
Cassie is an advanced that enables consent management platform global organizations handling co mplex data to comply with TDPSA without compromising the way you work .
After California, Texas is the second largest state to have adopted their own data privacy law, the Texas Data Privacy and Security Act (TDPSA) refers to the collection, use, and disclosure of a consumer’s personal data.
The act, with most provisions due to be taken into effect from July 1 2024, will take notes from previously adopted US privacy laws like the
Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA).
Who does the TDPSA apply to?
The TDPSA applies to any organization (with exemptions) conducting business in Texas or an organization that is collecting personal information from a consumer residing in Texas.
Small businesses are exempt from almost all provisions covered by the TDPSA, apart from the requirement to obtain consent before selling any sensitive personal data.
A small business can be classified as an independent organization that has fewer than 500 employees.
Further exemptions apply to:
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What does the act mean for consumers?
The act provides consumers with a number of rights, including the right to:
Correct inaccuracies within their personal data
Delete personal data provided by, or obtained about the consumer
Obtain a copy of personal data about the individual, in a portable and machine-readable format (if the data is available in digital form)
Opt out of:
The sale of the consumer’s personal data
Profiling “in furtherance of decisions that produce legal or similarly significant effects”
Data controllers must respond to
DSARs (Data Subject Access Requests) without undue delay, within 45 days. A 45-day extension period can be available if deemed reasonably necessary.
Consumers can make a data request once every 12 months and the data controller/organization must not charge a fee –
unless the request is manifestly unfounded.
Why choose Cassie?
consent and preference management platform allows your business to have confidence in knowing that you can achieve TDPSA compliance without needing to jeopardize your business aims and objectives.
Protect individual privacy
Allow end users to take control of their preferences with granular consent controls enforced across domains, devices and platforms
Avoid fines and brand damage
Cassie enables organizations to meet the complex requirements of TDPSA and mitigate risk with a robust framework for managing consent, avoiding severe penalties and reputational damage
Pass audit inspections
Be prepared for compliance audits with demonstrable tracking and complete history logs, alongside advanced RoPA and DSAR modules to improve efficiencies and assess risk
Ensure data security
Cassie is SOC 2 certified, assuring organization’s data is safeguarded from unauthorized access or breaches with industry-leading encryption protocols and practices
Centralized source of truth
Use Cassie to honor and enforce consent data via APIs and integrations at high volume, in real-time for TDPSA compliance across your tech stack (CRMs, CMS, marketing automation tools, BI tools)
Complex consent made simple
For every consent captured, Cassie can store unlimited key value pairs of additional information against those consents to unlock scalable, granular consent management
Cassie can streamline TDPSA compliance
Talk to our experts or book a free demo to explore how Cassie can take your customer consent journey to the next level.
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