The US privacy environment sets the stage and is an important domain. We will look at the foundations of US law, including government, laws and regulations and how they come to be and are enforced. We will dig into information management from this perspective, how it relates to data, privacy programs, incident response, training, international considerations and more.
Introduction to course/domain (BoK Domain I)Duration: 13:07
Introducing the US privacy environment, the first and foundational domain out of the five in the CIPP/US Body of Knowledge.
Structure of US law 1: Branches, sources, definitions (BoK IA, A-C)Duration: 17:34
We cover the branches of government, sources of law and legal rules and some definitions.
Structure of US law 2: Regulators, state AGs, understanding (BoK IA, D-E)Duration: 20:30
Let's talk about who enforces privacy-related rules and discuss how to understand those rules.
Enforcement of US privacy and security laws 1: Criminal and civil liability (BoK IB, A-D)Duration: 12:14
A discussion of how people or organizations can be held legally liable, and under what conditions.
Enforcement of US privacy and security laws 2: Federal and state enforcement, cross-border, self-regulation (BoK IB, E-H)Duration: 16:50
How federal and state authorities enforce laws, cross-border enforcement and self-regulation.
Information management from a US perspective 1: Data sharing, privacy programs, user preferences (BoK IC A-C)Duration: 24:16
Data sharing, inventory, classification and developing privacy programs and managing user preferences.
Information management from a US perspective 2: Incident response (BoK IC, D)Duration: 23:00
Incident response programs and privacy implications.
Information management from a US perspective 3: Training, accountability, data retention (BoK IC, E-G)Duration: 19:01
Workforce training, organization privacy accountability and data retention (FACTA).
Information management from a US perspective 4: Online privacy (BoK IC, H)Duration: 24:14
Online privacy and the many technical and legal issues, and intersections with information security.
Information management from a US perspective 5: Privacy notices/policies (BoK IC, I)Duration: 18:12
Privacy policies and privacy notices, an essential part of a privacy program and compliance.
Information management from a US perspective 6: Vendor management (BoK IC, J)Duration: 17:06
Addressing vendors and third parties who access or process data covered by privacy laws.
Information management from a US perspective 7: International transfers, GDPR, APEC, multinational conflicts (BoK IC, K-M)Duration: 23:31
International transfers of data and laws such as Europe's GDPR (the groundbreaking privacy law), OECD, APEC and related issues.
Conclusion to course (and Domain) on the US privacy environmentDuration: 10:29
You made it through Course 2! Let's sum up the high points.