PrivacySWAN is an Official Training Partner of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) which is the largest association of privacy professionals in the world. The CIPT is the first and original certification in Privacy Technology Management. Along with the training program, the IAPP also provides an ANSI/ISO-accredited certification. Come learn how to develop and manage a global privacy and data protection program today.
This class is offered over three days, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. This instructor-led training is conducted over two days. Privacy in Technology training is the how-to course on privacy and data protection practices in the development, engineering, deployment, and auditing of IT products and services. Those taking the course will develop an understanding of privacy-related issues and practices in the context of the design and implementation of information and communication technologies and systems. It prepares you for the tough challenges you will encounter as you talk to your technical teams about incorporating privacy into their design. You will be provided with real-life examples and templates that help deal with the ever-changing privacy landscape. These news skills will advance your career. In addition to the highly sought-after training, the following benefits are provided by Privacy SWAN:
Technology, InfoSec, and Engineering professionals with a primary focus on securing the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of corporate data. Anyone who can understand highly complex interconnected technologies and who needs to incorporate a robust privacy program to ensure compliance with global data protection regulations.
How to protect personal data by applying critical privacy concepts and practices that impact technology and use technology to design data privacy into products and services and establish privacy practices for data security and control, such as data minimization, perturbing the data, and de-identification techniques. Factor privacy into data classification and emerging technology, such as cloud computing, facial recognition, and surveillance. Communicate and collaborate on privacy issues with management, development, marketing, and legal departments. Understand consumer privacy expectations and best practices, while proactively addressing privacy issues with the Internet of Things.