Effective January 1, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) secures new rights for California consumers. If your organization does any meaningful business in California, you’re probably on the hook regardless of where you’re headquartered. Certain types of personal information collected by financial institutions in accordance with the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) are exempt from CCPA, but other data points not governed by GLBA are still subject to CCPA. Experts expect other states to introduce similar legislation — so even if you don’t do business in California,CCPA should be on the radar for you — and your vendors.
Generating Thousands of Leads a Month on a Lead-Buying Budget of ZeroMar 17, 2023
In a market where many lenders are struggling to keep sales pipelines flowing, NFM's influencer channel has generated thousands of leads every month on a lead-buying budget of zero and Surefire Power Video.