This HCISPP training is made up of 7 Domains: Healthcare Industry, Information Governance in Healthcare, Information Technologies in Healthcare, Regulatory and Standards Environment, Privacy and Security in Healthcare, Risk Management and Risk Assessment and Third-Party Risk Management.
## Target Audience
The HCISPP is ideal for security professionals responsible for safeguarding protected health information (PHI). It demonstrates you have the knowledge and ability to successfully assess, manage and implement privacy and security controls for patient and healthcare information.
Users should have a basic understanding of Information Security, Audit and or Compliance and Risk Management.
## Course Goals
By the end of this course, students should be able to:
What is the HCISPP Certification?The healthcare industry is growing, and it’s expected to keep doing so. As a result, the risks associated with keeping health information secure and protected are increasing, as well. That’s why there is such a need for professionals who have the skills to protect and secure health information. The HCISPP certification was created by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2) to help meet that demand. This certification is a great help to both employees and employers in the healthcare industry. The certification demonstrates that certified individuals have the ability and dedication to maintain the security and privacy of healthcare data.
What Does this HCISPP Training Cover?The HCISPP certification is currently the only one that combines information security skills with privacy techniques and best practices. It’s a credential that validates proficiency in implementing, managing, and assessing security and privacy protocols that are designed to secure healthcare organizations’ data by using strategies and methods established by cybersecurity experts at ICS2.
In this HCISPP training, students will learn what it takes to successfully pass the certification exam. There are six domains included in the exam which will be covered thoroughly in this course. Those domains are:
1. The Healthcare Industry 2. Regulatory Environment 3. Privacy and Security in Healthcare 4. Information Governance and Risk Management 5. Information Risk and Assessment 6. Third-Party Risk Management
Students will also learn test-taking strategies to become ready to take the HCISPP certification exam.
Upon completing the course, students will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Is the HCISPP Certification Worth It?Becoming HCISPP certified is a valid way for students to build their careers and demonstrate to potential employers that they want to be in the forefront of protecting patient health information and complying with a complex regulatory environment.
The HCISPP certification comes with many benefits, including:
How Hard is the HCISPP Certification Exam?It’s difficult to say just how hard the HCISPP certification exam is, because different individuals have varying levels of knowledge and experience, as well as different test-taking techniques. Those who are well-prepared are likely to find that the exam isn’t too difficult.
The HCISPP exam consists of 125 questions, for which candidates have three hours to complete. The questions are multiple choice and they cover the seven domains, which are weighted as follows:
1. The Healthcare Industry (10%) 2. Regulatory Environment (16%) 3. Privacy and Security in Healthcare (26%) 4. Information Governance and Risk Management (17%) 5. Information Risk and Assessment (16%) 6. Third-Party Risk Management (15%)
Candidates must score at least 700 points to pass the exam.
To take the HCISPP certification exam, candidates must have some work experience (at least two years) in one or more of the HCISPP knowledge area of the ISC2 Common Body of Knowledge (CBK), which includes privacy, security, and compliance. There are some substitutions that may be accepted in place of paid work experience, but they must be approved by the ISC2 prior to an individual taking the exam.