Customer Data Validation:
A Compliance Imperative

Reduce Compliance Liability

In today’s data-driven world, accurate customer data is more important than ever when it comes to meeting compliance requirements. Data privacy laws and consumer protection regulations like, CCPA, GDPR, TCPA and FCRA require organizations to have processes in place for validating and maintaining their customer data. 

Customer Data Validation and Compliance

In this webinar, we will discuss how Customer Data Validation is an essential part of compliance efforts and examine how it verifies, corrects and maintains your customer data ensuring it is accurate, complete, and up-to-date. The webinar will cover: 

  • The importance of accurate customer data
  • How Customer Data Validation works
  • How accurate and verified customer data supports compliance efforts
  • Reducing liability and avoiding costly fines

Please join us if you are interested in learning the role accurate customer data plays in ensuring compliance with data privacy laws and regulations.

Can’t attend the live event? Register and we will send you a copy of the recorded webinar.

Rob Manser

Leveraging Customer Data Validation to Achieve Compliance and Reduce Liability

Wed, April 26, 2023 @ 11 am PST

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