Technologists with privacy skills are in high demand.
Technology, infosecurity and engineering professionals have primarily focused on securing the integrity, confidentiality and availability of corporate data. But today’s digital world requires a new type of technologist – one who can secure highly complex interconnected technologies, while incorporating a robust privacy program to ensure compliance with global data protection regulations. That is why professionals with the Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT) designation are becoming even more valuable.
The CIPT program was developed by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), which is the world’s largest comprehensive global information privacy community.
This course is a comprehensive program, led by our expert facilitator. Learn with like-minded peers to expertly prepare for the CIPT exam.
Extend your knowledge and skillset with CIPT:
- Protect business information by applying critical privacy concepts and practices that impact technology
- Use technology to design data privacy into products and services
- Establish privacy practices for data security and control, such as minimisation, limited access and encryption
- 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
See below for the program in detail.
- The benefits of learning in an environment which includes being able to share first hand experiences and questions with privacy-experienced peers
- Guidance from our expert facilitator
- IAPP textbook (digital copy + hard copy shipped within Australia and to NZ)
- Comprehensive course notes, and sample exam questions, in a Participant Guide (digital copy + hard copy shipped within Australia and to NZ)
- Exam voucher, and
- IAPP Membership
Note: Your exam can be scheduled at a date and location to suit you. Online proctoring now available. If you are already an IAPP Member, your membership will be extended by 12 months upon registering for this course.
Who should attend?
- Data scientists / data analysts
- Software developers
- UX designers
- Solution Architects
- Information security professionals
- System / network engineers
Next available program
ONLINE (LIVE VIRTUAL CLASSROOM) – Course is spread over 4 half-days
NEXT DATES: 23 + 24 + 30 + 31 July 2024. 9am to 12:30pm AEDT each day.
Early bird pricing, ends 10 June: $2,700 + GST per person
Book in 3+ participants together for a 5% discount, automatically applied at online checkout.
Salinger Privacy is a market leader in privacy training, consulting and pragmatic compliance tools. Salinger Privacy was established in 2004 by one of Australia’s foremost privacy experts on privacy law and practice, Anna Johnston. Salinger Privacy has delivered training on behalf of the Australian, NSW and Victorian Privacy Commissioners, and the International Association of Privacy Professionals, Australia / New Zealand.
This training will be facilitated by Andrea Calleia, our Director of Learning. Andrea has extensive experience in the learning and development field, and has specialised in developing and delivering privacy training since 2003. Andrea managed the education program for the NSW Privacy Commissioner’s Office, and on behalf of Salinger Privacy facilitates Privacy Officer training for the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner. Andrea has been appointed to the IAPP’s ANZ Advisory Board for 2020/2021, to promote and serve the privacy profession in Australia and New Zealand.
The program in detail
The course is broken into seven modules:
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 behavioral 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