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CIPP/US (Certified Information Privacy Professional US Private-Sector)

Get CIPP/US certified in just 2 Days!


Course Description

SecureNinja’s IAPP CIPP/US (2) two day training and certification boot camp in Washington DC, San Diego, CA and Live Online provides a foundational understanding of both broad global and concepts of privacy and data protection law and practice plus you have knowledge of these components within your concentration:

  • Jurisdictional laws, regulations and enforcement models, or rules and standards
  • Essential privacy concepts and principals
  • Legal requirements for handling and transferring data

Originally launched in 2004 as the first professional certification ever offered in information privacy, the CIPP has become the preeminent credential in the field. It’s also the IAPP’s single largest educational program with several thousand certified professionals working in the field today (and earning more than they did before certification!)

The CIPP/US credential says you know privacy laws and regulations and how to apply them. It also says you know how to secure your place in the information economy.

Topics Covered

  • Common principles and approaches to privacy
  • Jurisdictions and industries
  • Safeguarding personal information
  • Online privacy
  • US privacy environment
  • Private-sector collection and data usage limitations
  • Workplace privacy
  • State privacy laws

What's Included 

  • 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

Note: Your contact information must be provided to the IAPP and will be used by IAPP for membership services fulfillment in accordance with IAPP's policies.

Other Benefits

  • Reduce risk of a data breach by making privacy a shared business objective
  • Improve decision-making among employees who handle data
  • Facilitate collaboration and communication across departments
  • Demonstrate your commitment to data privacy and protection to customers, partners, regulators and staff

Who Should Attend

  • Individuals who need a foundational understanding of information privacy and data protection
  • Anyone interested in pursuing CIPP/US certification

Pre-requisites

There are no prerequisites

Exam Detail

IAPP CIPP/US 

90 Questions 2.5 Hours

Course Length

2 days   

Follow-on Courses

  • CIPT (Certified Information Privacy Technologist)
  • CIPM (Certified Information Privacy Manager)

Course Details

 I.     Introduction to the U.S. Privacy Environment

A.       Structure of U.S. Law

a.     Branches of government

b.    Sources of law

i.      Constitutions

ii.     Legislation

iii.    Regulations and rules

iv.    Case law

v.     Common law

vi.    Contract law

c.     Legal definitions

i.      Jurisdiction

ii.     Person

iii.    Preemption

iv.    Private right of action

d.    Regulatory authorities

i.      Federal Trade Commission(FTC)

ii.     Federal Communications Commission(FCC)

iii.    Department of Commerce(DoC)

iv.    Department of Health and Human Services(HHS)

v.     Banking regulators

1.       Federal Reserve Board

2.       Comptroller of the Currency

vi.    State attorneys general

vii.   Self-regulatory programs and trustmarks

e.    Understanding laws

i.      Scope and application

ii.     Analyzing a law

iii.    Determining jurisdiction

iv.    Preemption

B.       Enforcement of U.S. Privacy and Security Laws      

a.     Criminal versus civil liability

b.    General theories of legal liability

i.      Contract

ii.     Tort

iii.    Civil enforcement

c.     Negligence

d.    Unfair and deceptive trade practices(UDTP)

e.    Federal enforcemen tactions

f.      State enforcement (Attorneys General (AGs),etc.)

g.    Cross-border enforcement issues (Global Privacy Enforcement Network(GPEN))

h.    Self-regulatory enforcement (PCI, TrustMarks)

C.       Information Management from a U.S.Perspective

a.     Data classification

b.    Privacy program development

c.     Incident response programs

d.    Training

e.    Accountability

f.      Data retention and disposal (FACTA)

g.    Vendor management

i.      Vendor incidents

h.    International data transfers

i.      U.S. SafeHarbor

ii.     Binding Corporate Rules(BCRs)

i.      Other key considerations for U.S.-based global multinational companies

j.      Resolving multinational compliance conflicts

i.      EU data protection versuse-discovery

II.  Limits on Private-sector Collection and Use of Data

A.       Cross-sector FTC Privacy Protection

a.     The Federal Trade Commission Act

b.    FTC Privacy Enforcement Actions

c.     FTC Security Enforcement Actions

d.    The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998(COPPA)

B.       Medical

a.     The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996(HIPAA)

i.      HIPAA privacy rule

ii.     HIPAA security rule

b.    Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of2009

C.       Financial

a.     The Fair Credit Reporting Act of 1970(FCRA)

b.    The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003(FACTA)

c.     The Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999 (“Gramm-Leach-Bliley” orGLBA)

i.      GLBA privacyrule

ii.     GLBA safeguardsrule

d.    Red Flags Rule

e.    Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010

f.      Consumer Financial Protection Bureau                

D.       Education

a.     Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974(FERPA)

E.       Telecommunications and Marketing

a.     Telemarketing sales rule (TSR) and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991(TCPA)

i.      The Do-Not-Call registry(DNC)

b.    Combating the Assault of Non-solicited Pornography and Marketing Act of 2003(CAN-SPAM)

c.     The Junk Fax Prevention Act of 2005(JFPA)

d.    The Wireless DomainRegistry

e.    Telecommunications Act of 1996 and Customer Proprietary Network Information

f.      Video Privacy Protection Act of 1988(VPPA)

g.    Cable Communications Privacy Act of1984

III.        Government and Court Access to Private-sector Information

A.       Law Enforcement and Privacy

a.     Access to financial data

i.      Right to Financial Privacy Act of1978

ii.     The Bank Secrecy Act

b.    Access tocommunications

i.      Wiretaps

ii.     Electronic Communications Privacy Act(ECPA)

1.       E-mails

2.       Stored records

3.       Pen registers

c.     The Communications Assistance to Law Enforcement Act(CALEA)

B.       National Security and Privacy

a.     Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978(FISA)

i.      Wiretaps

ii.     E-mails and stored records

iii.    National security letters

b.    Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001 (USA-PatriotAct)

i.      Other changes after USA-Patriot Act

C.       Civil Litigation and Privacy

a.     Compelled disclosure of media information

i.      Privacy Protection Act of 1980

b.    Electronic discovery

IV.  Workplace Privacy

A.       Introduction to Workplace Privacy

a.     Workplace privacy concepts

i.      Human resources management

b.    U.S. agencies regulating workplace privacy issues

i.      Federal Trade Commission(FTC)

ii.     Department of Labor            

iii.    Equal Employment Opportunity Commission(EEOC)

iv.    National Labor Relations Board(NLRB)

v.     Occupational Safety and Health Act(OSHA)

vi.    Securities and Exchange Commission(SEC)

c.     U.S. Anti-discrimination laws

i.      The Civil Rights Act of1964

ii.     Americans with Disabilities Act(ADA)

iii.    Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act(GINA)

B.       Privacy before, during and after employment

a.     Employee background screening

i.      Requirements under FCRA

ii.     Methods

1.       Personality and psychological evaluations

2.       Polygraph testing

3.       Drug and alcohol testing

4.       Social media

b.    Employee monitoring

i.      Technologies

1.       Computer usage (including social media)

2.       Location-based services(LBS)

3.       Mobile computing

4.       E-mail

5.       Postal mail

6.       Photography

7.       Telephony

8.       Video

ii.     Requirements under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986(ECPA)

iii.    Unionized worker issues concerning monitoring in the U.S.workplace

c.     Investigation of employee misconduct

i.      Data handling in misconduct investigations

ii.     Use of third parties in investigations

iii.    Documenting performance problems

iv.    Balancing rights of multiple individuals in a single situation

d.    Termination of the employment relationship

i.      Transition management

ii.     Records retention

iii.    References

V.   State Privacy Laws

A.       Federal vs. state authority

B.       Marketing laws

C.       Financial Data

a.     Credit history

b.    California SB-1

D.       Data Security Laws

a.     SSN

b.    Data destruction        

E.       Data Breach Notification Laws

                      a.     Elements of state data breach notification laws
                      b.     Key differences among states today

Go home certified!

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CIPP/US (Certified Information Privacy Professional US Private-Sector) Classes Schedule
Oct. 24, 2018 Oct. 25, 2018 Alexandria Wed-Thu OPEN Bootcamp
Oct. 24, 2018 Oct. 25, 2018 Live Online Wed-Thu OPEN Online
Nov. 14, 2018 Nov. 15, 2018 Alexandria Wed-Thurs OPEN Bootcamp
Nov. 14, 2018 Nov. 15, 2018 Live Online Wed-Thurs OPEN Online
Jan. 07, 2019 Jan. 08, 2019 Alexandria Mon-Tue OPEN Bootcamp
Jan. 07, 2019 Jan. 08, 2019 Live Online Mon-Tue OPEN Online
Feb. 11, 2019 Feb. 12, 2019 Alexandria Mon-Tue OPEN Bootcamp
Feb. 11, 2019 Feb. 12, 2019 Live Online Mon-Tue OPEN Online
Apr. 01, 2019 Apr. 02, 2019 Alexandria Mon-Tue OPEN Bootcamp
Apr. 01, 2019 Apr. 02, 2019 Live Online Mon-Tue OPEN Online
Jun. 03, 2019 Jun. 04, 2019 Alexandria Mon-Tue OPEN Bootcamp
Jun. 03, 2019 Jun. 04, 2019 Live Online Mon-Tue OPEN Online
Aug. 12, 2019 Aug. 13, 2019 Alexandria Mon-Tue OPEN Bootcamp
Aug. 12, 2019 Aug. 13, 2019 Live Online Mon-Tue OPEN Online
Sep. 23, 2019 Sep. 24, 2019 Alexandria Mon-Tue OPEN Bootcamp
Sep. 23, 2019 Sep. 24, 2019 Live Online Mon-Tue OPEN Online
Oct. 21, 2019 Oct. 22, 2019 Alexandria Mon-Tue OPEN Bootcamp
Oct. 21, 2019 Oct. 22, 2019 Live Online Mon-Tue OPEN Online
Dec. 16, 2019 Dec. 17, 2019 Alexandria Mon-Tue OPEN Bootcamp
Dec. 16, 2019 Dec. 17, 2019 Live Online Mon-Tue OPEN Online

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