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Tuesday 11/05/2021 - 09:00-17:15
Wednesday 12/05/2021 - 09:00-17:15
Most technology certifications include only minimal information about privacy technology policies and implementation. As the world’s leading authority on privacy, the IAPP developed the CIPT programme to provide in-depth knowledge about emerging tools and technologies for this expanding field.
Global experts in privacy engineering collaborated with the IAPP to create training that examines critical concepts and practices, as well as a certification that grants technologists access to IAPP’s vast global network, including hundreds of tools and resources to maintain and enhance their skill set.
By the end of the programme participants will be able to:
Module 1: Foundational principles of privacy in technology
Summarizes the foundational elements for embedding privacy in technology, through privacy by design and value sensitive design; reviews the data life cycle and common privacy risk models and frameworks
Module 2: The role of the technology professional in privacy
Reviews the fundamentals of privacy as they relate to the privacy technologist; describes the privacy technologist’s role in ensuring compliance with privacy requirements and meeting stakeholder privacy expectations; explores the relationship between privacy and security
Module 3: Privacy threats and violations
Identifies inherent risks throughout the stages of the data life cycle and explores how software security helps mitigate privacy threats; examines the impacts that behavioural advertising, cyberbullying and social engineering have on privacy within the technological environment
Module 4: Technical measures and privacy-enhancing technologies
Outlines the strategies and techniques for enhancing privacy throughout the data life cycle, including, identity and access management; authentication, encryption, and aggregation; collection and use of personal information
Module 5: Privacy engineering
Explores the role of privacy engineering within an organization, including the objectives of privacy engineering, privacy design patterns, and software privacy risks
Module 6: Privacy-by-design methodology
Illustrates the process and methodology of the privacy-by-design model; explores practices to ensure ongoing vigilance when implementing privacy by design
Module 7: Technology challenges for privacy
Examines the unique challenges that come from online privacy issues, including automated decision making, tracking and surveillance technologies, anthropomorphism, ubiquitous computing and mobile social computing
The training style will include the presentation of all the material using slides and handouts. The trainer will use practical examples to elaborate various concepts as well as show various videos that highlight particular course concepts and encourage class discussion.
Participants will engage in the exchange of ideas and sharing of knowledge on the subject matter. Participants will also be able to ask questions and obtain clarifications from the trainer on all the material covered.
This programme may be approved for up to 14 CPD units in GDPR, Data Protection and Privacy Management. Eligibility criteria and CPD Units are verified directly by your association, regulator or other bodies which you hold membership.
Who Should Attend
Tim is a Chartered Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS CITP), a Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP) with IAPP (as well as holding CIPP/E, CIPM and CIPT) and possesses CRISC and CGEIT certifications with ISACA. Based in Copenhagen, Tim Clements works as an independent privacy professional focusing on driving GRC and data privacy projects and programs in global corporations. His background spans multiple industry sectors including construction, press circulation, digital media and since 2001, in IT where he has worked in global market players including Aviva, IBM, Carlsberg, Novozymes and Falck. Tim also possesses a broad set of competences including program management, business analysis, information risk, IT governance and organizational change management that complement his data privacy work.