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US Information Privacy
Are you overwhelmed by the intricacies of U.S. information privacy and data security laws? Privacy and data security are critical in today’s digital world. Gain the insight you need to navigate the realm of information privacy in the U.S. public and private sectors by taking this U.S. Information Privacy course.
Today, it is extremely important for US information privacy professionals to assist their organizations in respecting the individual information privacy rights and freedoms of their customers, employees, and other stakeholders. Additionally, US information privacy professionals must understand completely the role of US information privacy in both the US private sector and the US public sector.
The US Information Privacy course provides students with insights into the role of information privacy with the US public sector. Of note, this course’s purpose is not to serve as a preparation course for any certification examination. Its purpose is to introduce students to the role of information privacy in the US. This courseprovides students with foundationalknowledge of important information privacy concepts and topics. This course introduces students to several key US Federal Government public sector, privacy-related laws.
Moreover, this course provides students with the role of information privacy within the US private sector. This course explores the roles and responsibilities of the Federal Trade Commission (consumer privacy protection) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (consumer financial privacy protection). This course explores the relationship between health information and information privacy. This course explores the relationship betweenfinancial information and information privacy. The course introduces students to children online privacy.
By the end of this course, students should be able to:
Understand the origins of US Information Privacy
Demonstrate knowledge of the US Federal Government’s information privacy practices
Demonstrate knowledge of the US private sector’s information privacy practices
Demonstrate knowledge of recently passed US state-level consumer privacy and personal information protection laws
* Demonstrate knowledge of several current US state-level data breach notification laws
This course is part of a Career Path:
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Chris is a certified Department of Homeland Security Senior Fellow. He has completed the US Intelligence Community’s former “Intelligence Community Officer” certification program. Chris possesses several graduate and undergraduate degrees to include the National Intelligence University’s “Master of Science in Strategic Intelligence” degree.
Chris Stevens possesses all seven of the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ (IAPP) certifications. He is an IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy. Chris is a member of the IAPP Privacy Faculty, and he served for two years as an IAPP Baltimore, MD Knowledge Net Chapter Co-Chairperson. He is an American Health Information Management Association “Certified in Healthcare Privacy and Security” professional. He is a Healthcare Compliance Association “Certified Healthcare Privacy Compliance” professional. Chris has completed the Loyola University-Chicago School of Law’s “Certificate in Privacy Law” program requirements. He is an ISACA “Certified in Risk and Information Security Controls” professional. He is an ISACA “Certified Data Privacy Solutions Engineer.” He has consulted for several private sector and public sector organizations. He recently concluded assisting the US House of Representatives in maturing its privacy program.
Chris possesses a Master of Information Resource Management from Central Michigan University. He obtained experience in cybersecurity during his more than 35 years as a military and as a civilian intelligence professional. Chris has taken several cybersecurity courses as a privacy professional and is familiar with several of NIST's computer security, cybersecurity, information security, information technology, privacy, and risk management frameworks, internal reports and special publications. As a privacy consultant, Chris has worked diligently to integrate privacy into several public sector and privacy sector organizations’ cybersecurity strategies.
Chris has always had a fascination with cybersecurity and information security as an intelligence professional and as a privacy professional. As a SIGINT collector and professional, he familiarized himself with cybersecurity and information security tactics, techniques, and procedures to exploit information systems and network systems to obtain access to data. As a privacy professional, Chris has worked diligently to ensure that public sector and private sector organizations integrate privacy into their cybersecurity and information security strategies.
"I truly enjoyed working with the Cybrary “Dream Team” throughout the course syllabus creation, course material creation, and video recording phases. Its commitment to course creation and quality assurance also impressed me greatly.
My personal motto is 'Carpe Diem.' I work hard to complete today’s tasks so that I do not miss out on tomorrow’s opportunities."
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Certificate of Completion
Complete this entire course to earn a US Information Privacy Certificate of Completion