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Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT) Certification Training
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Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT) certification is developed by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) to certify the knowledge of privacy-related concerns and procedures in relation to the development and use of information and communication technology. For IT professionals who want to learn more about privacy needs in technology, obtaining the CIPT certificate is a smart first step. The CIPT certification training from InfosecTrain will provide you the proper understanding of privacy related issues.

CIPT Course Highlights

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  • Sample Exam Question
  • IAPP e-Book & Notes
  • IAPP Official Training Partner

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CIPT Course Description

Overview

The Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT) certificate demonstrates one’s ability to create the privacy structure of an organisation from the ground up. This certification validates your comprehensive knowledge of privacy in technology and makes it possible for you to quickly integrate what you have learned into your routine as a technology and data professional.

Businesses that hire personnel with CIPT credentials are better equipped to implement strategies, policies, processes, and techniques to control cybersecurity risks while enabling prudent data to be used for business reasons. Getting certified confirms your dual literacy in technology and privacy that is applicable globally.

Why CIPT Certification Training with Infosectrain?

InfosecTrain is a proficient technology and security training and consulting organization across the globe, specializing in various IT security courses and services. Our Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT) certification   training aims to understand the application, to manage privacy in your organisation. You can leverage the following benefits with InfosecTrain:

  • We can help you present your qualifications and work experience for the designated profile.
  • We provide a flexible training schedule.
  • We provide post-training assistance.
  • We also create groups for discussions.
  • We also provide a certificate of participation to each candidate.

Target Audience

  • Data Protection Officers
  • Data Protection Lawyers
  • IT Auditors
  • Legal Compliance Officers
  • Security Manager
  • Information Officers
  • Anyone involved with data protection processes and programs

Pre-requisites

  • The CIPT certification has no set requirements.

Exam Information

Exam Format Multiple Choice and Scenario-based
No. of Questions 90 questions out of which 75 questions are scored
Exam Duration 150 minutes
Passing Score 300 out of 500
Exam Language English

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CIPT Course Objectives

  • IT-related critical privacy ideas and behaviors
  • Consumer expectations and duties regarding privacy.
  • How to include privacy into IT products and services early on for cost reduction, accuracy, and speed to market.
  • How to set up privacy policies for data transfer and collection.
  • How to prevent difficulties with privacy in the Internet of Things.
  • How to discuss privacy concerns with business partners in management, development, marketing, and law.

CIPT Course Content

Foundational Principles

  1. Privacy Risk Models and Frameworks
  • Nissenbaum’s Contextual Integrity
  • Calo’s Harmful Dimensions
  • Legal Compliance
  • FIPPs
  • NIST/NICE framework
  • FAIR (Factors Analysis in Information Risk)
  1. Privacy by Design Foundational Principles
  • Full Life Cycle Protection
  • Embedded into Design
  • Full Functionality
  • Visibility and Transparency
  • Proactive not Reactive
  • Privacy by Default
  • Respect for Users
  1. Value Sensitive Design
  • How Design Affects Users
  • Strategies for Skillful Practice
  1. The Data Life Cycle
  • Collection
  • Use
  • Disclosure
  • Retention
  • Destruction

IT’s Role in Protecting Privacy

  1. Fundamentals of privacy-related IT
  • Organization privacy notice
  • Organization internal privacy policies
  • Organization security policies, including data classification policies and schema, data retention and data deletion
  • Other commitments made by the organization (contracts, agreements)
  • Common IT Frameworks (COBIT, ITIL, etc.)
  • Data inventories, classification and records of processing
  • Enterprise architecture and data flows, including cross-border transfers
  • Data Protection and Privacy impact assessments (DPIA/PIAs)
  1. Information Security
  • Transactions which collect confidential data for use in later processing activities
  • Breach/disclosure incident investigations and responses—security and privacy perspectives
  • Security and privacy in the systems development life cycle (SDLC) process
  • Privacy and security regulations with specific IT requirements
  1. The privacy responsibilities of the IT professional
  • Consultation on internal and external policies
  • Consultation on contractual and regulatory requirements
  • Understanding how IT supports information governance in an organization

Privacy Threats and Violations

  1. During Data Collection
  • Asking people to reveal personal information
  • Surveillance
  1. During Use
  • Insecurity
  • Identification
  • Aggregation
  • Secondary Use
  • Exclusion
  1. During Dissemination
  • Disclosure
  • Distortion
  • Exposure
  • Breach of Confidentiality
  • Increased accessibility
  • Blackmail
  • Appropriation
  1. Intrusion, Decisional Interference and Self Representation
  • Behavioral advertising
  • Cyberbullying
  • Social engineering
  1. Software Security
  • Vulnerability management
  • Intrusion reports
  • Patches
  • Upgrades
  • Open-source vs Closed-source

Technical Measures and Privacy Enhancing Technologies

  1. Data Oriented Strategies
  • Separate
  • Minimize
  • Abstract
  • Hide
  1. Techniques
  • Aggregation
  • De-identification
  • Encryption
  • Identity and access management
  • Authentication
  1. Process Oriented Strategies
  • Informing the Individual
  • User Control
  • Policy and Process Enforcement
  • Demonstrate Compliance

Privacy Engineering

  1. The Privacy Engineering role in the organization
  • Effective Implementation
  • Technological Controls
  • Protecting Privacy during the Development Lifecycle
  1. Privacy Engineering Objectives
  • Predictability
  • Manageability
  • Disassociability
  1. Privacy Design Patterns
  • Design patterns to emulate
  • Dark patterns to avoid
  1. Privacy Risks in Software
  • Risks
  • Countermeasures

Privacy by Design Methodology

  1. The Privacy by Design Process
  • Goal Setting
  • Documenting Requirements
  • Understanding quality attributes
  • Identify information needs
  • Privacy risk assessment and analysis
  • High level design
  • Low level design and implementation
  • Impose controls
  • Testing and validation
  1. Ongoing Vigilance
  • Privacy audits and IT control reviews
  • Code reviews
  • Code audits
  • Runtime behavior monitoring
  • Software evolution
  • Data cleansing in production and non-production environments

Technology Challenges for Privacy

  1. Automated decision making
  • Machine learning
  • Deep learning
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Context aware computing
  1. Tracking and Surveillance
  • Internet monitoring
  • Adtech, cookies and other web tracking technologies
  • Location tracking
  • Audio and Video Surveillance
  • Drones
  1. Anthropomorphism
  • Speech recognition
  • Natural language understanding
  • Natural language generation
  • Chat bots
  • Robots
  1. Ubiquitous computing
  • Mobile phones and apps
  • Internet of Things (IoT) and Edge Computing
  • Smart Cities
  • Vehicular automation/Smart vehicles
  • Wearable devices
  • Blockchain and NFTs
  • Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality
  1. Mobile Social Computing
  • Geo-tagging
  • Geo-social patterns

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CIPT FAQs

1. What is CIPT?

The Certified Information Privacy Technologist certification is developed by International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) to examine the knowledge of privacy-related concerns and procedures in relation to the development and use of information and communication technology.

2. Is CIPT certification worth it?
Employers who recognise the value of data privacy to their business, profit fairly from the CIPT certification. So, the CIPT certification is a good add on to your resume.
3. How many questions are there in the CIPT exam?

The CIPT exam consists of 90 questions, out of which 75 questions are scored.

4. What is the duration of the CIPT exam?

The duration for the CIPT exam is 150 minutes.

5. How can I schedule the CIPT exam?

This exam, like all IAPP exams, can be taken either virtually from your home or office, or in-person at a test center, and must be completed within one year of purchase. In-person testers can choose from over 6,000 Pearson VUE test centers across the globe.

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