Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/US)
Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/US) Course – Hands-on
Our Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/US) is designed for privacy and compliance officers and other professionals in privacy and data protection roles with a focus on U.S. privacy laws and regulations. You will learn about cross-sector limits on the collection and use of data and about specific regulations for the medical, financial, education, telecommunications and marketing sectors.
The Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/US) course also covers laws governing access to private information by law enforcement and national security agencies, issues related to workplace privacy and important state privacy laws. With the October 2018 retiring of the CIPP/G certification, the CIPP/US the only IAPP privacy certification focused exclusively on U.S. privacy laws, regulations and frameworks.
- Official IAPP CIPP participant guide
- Official IAPP CIPP textbook
- Official IAPP CIPP practice test
- IAPP CIPP/US certification exam voucher
- IAPP Membership for one year
- Two days of intense training delivered by CIPP/US certified instructors with actual professional experience in data privacy and the security field
CIPP/US Certification Details
The IAPP CIPP/US was launched in 2004 as the first professional certification in information privacy and remains the preeminent certification in the field of privacy. The CIPP/US credential demonstrates a strong foundation in U.S. privacy laws and regulations and understanding of the legal requirements for the responsible transfer of sensitive personal data to/from the U.S., the EU and other jurisdictions.
- Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/C)
- Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/E)
- Certified Information Privacy Manager Training (CIPM)
- Certified Information Privacy Technologist Training (CIPT)
- CIPP/US and CIPM Certification Training Bundle
- CIPP/US and CIPT Certification Training Bundle
Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/US) Course – Customize it
- We can adapt this Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/US) course to your group’s background and work requirements at little to no added cost.
- If you are familiar with some aspects of this Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/US) course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
- We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the CIPP/US Certification around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
- If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the CIPP/US Certification training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.
Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/US) Course – Audience/Target Group
The target audience for this CIPP/US Certification Training course:
- Chief privacy officers (CPOs) and other senior information management professionals employed by a U.S.-based corporate organization or any organization with business or policy interests in the U.S.
- Privacy managers, legal compliance officers and risk managers
- Members of a privacy or compliance team
- Intermediate-level privacy professionals and entry-level candidates who are transitioning from non-privacy roles or who are entirely new to the privacy profession
- Information management professionals in the U.S. financial services, healthcare or telecommunications industries who seek to broaden their expertise into a general information privacy scope
- Information security professionals (CISO, CISSP)
- Information auditing and IT governance professionals (CISA, CISM)
Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/US) Course – Objectives:
After attending our Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/US), you will be able to successfully pass the IAPP CIPP/US exam and will gain deep knowledge of the following key areas:
- The U.S. legal system: definitions, sources of law and the U.S. sectoral model for
- U.S. federal laws for protection of personal data: FCRA and FACTA, HIPAA, GLBA
- U.S. federal regulation of marketing practices: TSR, DNC, CAN-SPAM, TCPA and
- U.S. state data breach notification: California SB-1386 and select state laws
- Regulation of privacy in the U.S. workplace: FCRA, EPP, ADA and ECPA plus best practices for privacy and background screening, employee testing, workplace monitoring, employee investigation and termination of employment
How does this Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/US) course differ from other security courses?
- As the global gold standard for privacy professionals, the CIPP/US certification is a key industry benchmark among top employers.
Will this course help me to identify growth opportunities for me, my organization and my team?
- Backed by ANSI/ISO accreditation, a CIPP/US credential delivers higher earning potential and increased promotion opportunities because it shows a strong understanding of U.S. privacy laws and regulations.
Who will benefit from the Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/US) course?
- Professionals who want to develop their privacy knowledge as well as those seeking an in-depth exploration of major topics included on a certification exam. As the global gold standard for privacy professionals, the CIPP/US certification is a key industry benchmark among top employers. Backed by ANSI/ISO accreditation, a CIPP/US credential delivers higher earning potential and increased promotion opportunities because it shows a strong understanding of U.S. privacy laws and regulations.
What are the typical job titles of attendees for this Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/US) course?
Positions requiring CIPP certification:
- Data Privacy Consultant (focused on Data Governance and Enterprise Data Management)
- Data Privacy (Legal) Researcher (researches and maintains a United States database of ever-expanding laws, regulatory issues, and case law pertaining to the protection of personally identifiable information (PII) and response to PII data breaches)
- Senior Privacy Manager (leads a team of privacy professionals focused on technical assessment and data incident/breach response. Provides technical leadership in the plan, design, development, testing, implementation, or maintenance of business solutions)
- Data Privacy Leader – integrates state regulation related requirements to data security infrastructure, data security policies, and data security operations to ensure the safeguard and protection in accordance with banking information security policies and procedures)
- Security Assurance, Privacy Specialist
- Privacy and Civil Liberties Office Business Analyst
- Principal Compliance Tester- Privacy
- Information Security Specialist
- Security Accreditation and Authorization Specialist
- Privacy Program Manager
Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (CIPP/US) – Course Content
Day 1: U.S. laws, models and collecting data
- Course introduction
- Structure of U.S. law and enforcement models
- Common privacy principles
- U.S. law sources, definitions and authorities
- Legal liability in the U.S.
- U.S. approach to protecting privacy and security of information
Regulating collection and use of data in the private sector
- Federal trade commission privacy and security enforcement actions
- HIPAA and other healthcare privacy regulations
- Privacy in financial sector
- FERPA (education)
- Privacy protection laws for telecommunications and marketing
Day 2: Access, privacy and state laws
- Access to private information by government and courts
- Law enforcement access to financial data and communications
- Laws related to national security
- Privacy issues in civil litigation
- General workplace privacy concerns
- Human resources management
- Relevant U.S. agencies and laws
- Employee background screening
- Employee monitoring and investigations
- Employee termination
State privacy laws
- Federal vs. state authority
- Marketing laws
- Financial data and data security laws
- Overview of data breach notification laws