Not specifically. While the CPRA will require businesses whose processing poses a “significant risk” to consumers’ privacy or security to conduct an annual risk assessment and submit it to the newly-created California Privacy Protection Agency, the CPRA does not require that businesses appoint a “Chief Privacy Officer” or similar individual responsible for compliance with the CCPA and CPRA. Practically speaking, businesses may find compliance easier to achieve if the responsibility for doing so is assigned to a designated individual.