CIPP/G Certification Training (US Government)

CIPP/G Certification Training (US Government)

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Introduction:

CIPP/G Certification Training | Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (US Government) – Hands-on

CIPP/G Certification Training (US Government) is the first publicly available privacy certification designed for employees of U.S. federal, state, county and local government agencies. It also is available to vendors, suppliers and consultants who serve government clients.

Developed by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), the CIPP/G addresses U.S. government privacy laws, regulations and policies specific to government practice, as well as those more broadly applicable to the public and private sectors in the U.S. This CIPP/G Certification Training also covers U.S. government standard practices for privacy program development and management, privacy compliance and auditing, records management, and agency reporting obligations for privacy.

ENO’s 2-day CIPP/G Certification Training – Certified Information Privacy Professional Training (US Government) and certification 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

This two-day CIPP/G Certification Training (US Government) program covers the principles of information privacy in the US Government sector, including:

» 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

Duration: 2 days

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» If you are familiar with some aspects of this CIPP/G Certification Training (US Government) course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
» We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the CIPP/G Certification Training (US Government) course 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/G Certification Training (US Government) course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Audience / Target Group:

The target audience for this CIPP/G Certification Training (US Government) course:

» U.S. government employees
» Vendors serving government clients
» Suppliers serving government clients
» Consultants serving government clients
» Individuals who need a foundational understanding of information privacy and data protection
» Anyone interested in pursuing CIPP/US certification
» Officers and employees of U.S. federal, state or local governments with privacy-related responsibilities or obligations, such as privacy officers, compliance managers, records managers, access to information coordinators, information security managers and information auditors
» Officers and employees at regulatory agencies who handle privacy as part of their day-to-day roles
» Individuals who advise senior government officers on information management policies and practices, particularly as they relate to personal information, such as records management or record retention
» Federal and state information technology officers (CIO, CTO, CISO or IS manager)
» Attorneys, consultants, independent professionals and/or employees of vendor companies who serve clients in U.S. federal, state or local governments
» Existing Certified Information Privacy Professionals (CIPPs) who wish to add a government privacy specialization to their core credential

CIPP/G Certification Training (US Government) – Course Syllabus

1. Common Principles and Approaches to Privacy

Modern History of Privacy
Types of Information
Risk Management Overview
Modern Privacy Principles

2. Jurisdictions and Industries

Major Privacy Models around the Globe
Privacy Regulation by Jurisdictions
Privacy Regulation by Industry Sectors

3. Information Security: Safeguarding Personal Information

Information Security
Definitions
Elements
Standards
Threats and Vulnerabilities
Information Security Management and Governance
Frameworks
Controls
Cryptography
Identity and Access Management (IAM)

4. Online Privacy: Using Personal Information and Websites and other Internet-Related Technologies

Privacy Considerations for Sensitive Online Information
Notices
Access
Security
Authentication Identification
Data Collection
Additional Online Privacy
Children’s Online Privacy
Online Data Collection
Email
Searches
Online Marketing and Advertising
Social Media
Online Assurance
Cloud Computing
Mobile Devices
US Government Privacy:

5. US Privacy Laws

Privacy Definitions and Principles
Key Laws for Federal Practice
The Privacy Act of 1974 including System of Records Notices (SORNs)
E-Government Act including Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs)
Laws and Regulations Affecting Government Privacy Practice
Laws Affecting Public and Private-Sectors
Privacy and the Intelligence Community
Federal Identity Management and Authentication
Data Sharing
Protecting Privacy and Records Management

6. US Government Privacy Practices

Protecting Government Information
Leadership Responsibilities
Information Security
NIST Risk Management Framework
Appendix J
Reporting Incidents
Personally Identifiable Information
Compliance Monitoring and Audits
Workforce Management

CIPP/G Certification Training Details:

The IAPP CIPP/G is the first publicly available privacy certification designed for employees of U.S. federal, state, county and local government agencies. CIPP/G Certification is also recommended for vendors, suppliers and consultants who serve government clients. The CIPP/G credential demonstrates deep knowledge of U.S. government privacy laws, regulations and policies specific to government practice as well familiarity with those more broadly applicable to the public and private sectors in the U.S. The CIPP/G Common Body of Knowledge also covers U.S. government standard practices for privacy program development and management, privacy compliance and auditing, records management and agency reporting obligations for privacy.

» The CIPP/G exam consists of 60 scored multiple-choice items and 20 non-scored multiple-choice trial items. The passing score is 300 out of 500 possible points.

» The CIPP/US exam consists of 75 scored multiple-choice items and 15 non-scored multiple-choice trial items. The passing score is 300 out of 500 possible points.

» The CIPP/C exam consists of 60 scored multiple-choice items and 20 non-scored multiple-choice trial items. The passing score is 300 out of 500 possible points.

» The CIPP/E exam consists of 60 scored multiple-choice items and 20 non-scored multiple-choice trial items. The passing score is 300 out of 500 possible points.
CIPP/G Recertification:

CIPP/G Certification Renewal

CIPP/G is valid for two years. To maintain your credential, you must meet two minimum requirements over the term of your certification:

» Pay an annual certification maintenance fee (included in IAPP’s membership fee).
» Fulfill 20 hours of continuing privacy education (CPE).

Learn more about the certification process, and download the IAPP Privacy Certification Candidate Handbook at https://iapp.org/certify/certification-process/
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