In today’s virtual world, maintaining privacy in your business practices is essential. Integrating privacy practices into your day-to-day activities is far from easy, especially given the general confusion about what the concepts of “privacy” and “data privacy” actually represent.
This course is an introduction to privacy. Students will learn what “privacy” means in the context of both government and industry. Key federal statutes will be identified and discussed, several privacy frameworks will be examined, and privacy documentation such as Privacy Impact Assessments and System of Record Notices will be explained. Additionally, students will be able to determine the difference between IT security and privacy, will learn privacy best-practices, and will appreciate the true need for an enterprise-wide privacy program.
- Module 1- Data Privacy Fundamentals Part 1
- Module 2- Data Privacy Fundamentals Part 2
- Module 3- Introduction to HIPAA
In the course, students will learn how to:
- Introduction to Data Privacy/Privacy Definitions
- Personal Information
- Privacy and Security
- Key Privacy Concepts
- Integrating Privacy into Security
- U.S. Federal Privacy Laws: Agencies
- U.S. Federal Privacy Laws: Industry
- U.S. State Privacy Laws
- Privacy Frameworks
- Common Privacy Themes
- Introduction to HIPAA
- HIPAA Privacy Rule
This class is intended for individuals with intermediate knowledge of information systems and systems security. Some experience with command line tools is desired but not mandatory.
Course includes the following takeaway items: Course includes the following takeaway items: a printed training book and a CD that includes reference materials pertaining to the course.
Every student participating will receive a certificate of successful participation in this course, which will allow you to claim hours of Continuous Professional Experience for your existing certifications.
Continuing Professional Education Units (CPEUs) Earned (hours): 24