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Course Description

This seminar addresses the emerging global concerns for privacy, both corporate as well as individual. Issues of both national and individual security and safety continue to dominate the strategic decisions and activities of citizens, government officials and corporate strategic planners.

The need for more access to personal information, the potential of population digital DNA profiling and the surrender of greater amounts of personal privacy are increasingly likely.

What are the impacts legally, financially, and personally as the possibility of laying bare once coveted private information, is no longer considered or treated as private?

This course will examine the process of meeting, maintaining and monitoring the legislative, regulatory, technical and marketplace expectations and demands of personal and corporate information privacy.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify relevant laws addressing personal privacy and privacy in the workplace.
  • Define privacy and establish guidelines for developing internal privacy policies and procedures.
  • Establish an internal privacy task force.
  • Assess data collection, classification, and sharing practices.
  • Identify risk and benefits of third-party audits and external certification programs.
  • Establish on-going audit strategies for privacy compliance.
  • Understand global privacy and data protection laws and how they affect your business.
  • Implement 10 Steps to Plug Personal Information Leaks.
  • Identify your organization's plan to comply with global privacy regulations, yet remain competitive in the marketplace.

Framework Connections

The materials within this course focus on the Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSAs) identified within the Specialty Areas listed below. Click to view Specialty Area details within the interactive National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.