The CDPSE Exam Review Class is offered simultaneously in Live Global Webinar formats.
Dates and Times:
March 21st, 2021 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM EST
All times are New York time (Eastern Standard Time). Please click here to check the time and date in your location.
General: Privacy risk management can be from organizational policies perspective or regulatory compliance perspective. In USA, financial services industry has its privacy requirements enumerated in Graham Leach Bliley Act (GLBA). Healthcare industry has its privacy requirements in Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and later in HITECH. There are also other institutions governed by privacy acts such as FERPA for educational institutions. Regulatory requirements is the primary driving force for privacy implementations. These days, almost every organization has a Chief Privacy Officer (CPO) to oversee privacy compliance.
Although privacy requirements are regulatory or policy oriented, their implementation is always on information systems. It is very important for IT control and risk management professionals to understand how IT controls will affect privacy compliance.
Having 80+ countries having privacy regulations, how do you comply with all of them? The answer is Privacy by design. ISACA has introduced a new certification called CDPSE which focusses on Privacy By Design. While you are grandfathering that certification w/o passing the exam, do you really know what it is? This one day class gives you highlights of what it is about.
Training Duration: 1 day
Training Delivery Method: On-site, instructor-led course; or online, instructor-led course or hybrid
Some background in controls or auditing or risk management
What Problem Does This Training Help Solve?
Helps you manage privacy risks originating from organizational policies and regulatory requirements based on Design.
Who Should Attend?
Chief Privacy Officers, IT auditors, security professionals, control professionals, healthcare professionals, financial services professionals, and management.
Someone who grandfathered CDPSE certification but is still confused about what it is.
Content-rich manual/course handouts consisting of about 180 foils
Privacy requirements that are related to individuals and data associated with those individuals arise from regulatory requirements such as GLBA, HIPPA, PIPEDA (Canada), GDPR, CCPA etc. This seminar will cover privacy risks from management perspective as well as from an audit perspective. It will include implementation of privacy-related controls, privacy frameworks, privacy risk management, regulatory compliance, privacy policies, the role of the CPO, privacy auditing, and other related topics.
To comply with ISACA certification general focus will be on:
1. Privacy Governance
2. Privacy Architecture
3. Data Lifecycle
Topics to be covered:
- What is Privacy? 12 questions of privacy
- Principles of privacy
- Privacy governance, management, and controls
- Healthcare – HIPAA and HITECH
- Financial services – GLBA
- Privacy risk identification, assessment, treatment, and monitoring
- USA vs. EU privacy
- Safe Harbor vs. Privacy Shield
- Privacy policies
- Standards, procedures
- IT Controls
- IT-GC and IT-AC for Privacy
- Privacy Frameworks
- Privacy Impacts
- 18 elements of PII
- Privacy risk model
- Data location, data ownership, data leakage
- Privacy control objectives and controls
- Internal Auditor’s Role in Privacy
- Auditing Privacy controls
- Privacy considerations for data storage, data processing, and data transmission
- End of life media disposal
- Encryption and access control
- Confidentiality aspect of CIA
- Responsibility and accountability
- Privacy awareness and training of employees
- Third-party exposures
- Trans-border transmission of privacy-related information
- Privacy and cloud computing
- Privacy KRIs and KCIs
Exam Support: Jay Ranade will answer any written questions received up to 30 days from the last day of class. Please note that although questions will be sent by individuals, answers will be emailed to all attendees registered for The identity webinar. Identity of the question sender will not be disclosed. Jay will reserve the right to paraphrase the questions to enhance understanding.