*** The latest round of exam changes has been announced for October 2023 and an updated version of this article on CIPP exam updates is now available*** This year, the annual IAPP exam updates go into effect on October 3rd […]
Writing for IAPP Certification Exams: Credentialing the Next Generation of Privacy Professionals is the title of a recent video posted by the IAPP on LinkedIn. The session was moderated by Bridget Morang, (Senior Certification Operations Manager) and the speakers were Stacie […]
The CIPP/E exam annual update goes into effect on July 1st this year and new Body of Knowledge and Exam Blueprint documents are now available. The IAPP updates the CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPT and CIPM exams regularly in order to keep […]
Article 30 of the GDPR refers to the records of data processing that a data controller and data processor need to keep. They need to keep these records in order to demonstrate GDPR accountability and their efforts at compliance with […]
IAPP Certification Director Doug Forman and Training Director Marla Berry went live on LinkedIn on October 14th 2020 to answer questions about IAPP Certifications & Training. It was a fantastic Q&A session and we have summarised some key points from […]
If you are a candidate for the Certified Information Privacy Technologist exam, you have probably wondered how to study for the CIPT. So, here are the resources you need to get started. The CIPT Body of Knowledge outlines all the […]
***Schrems II update*** In July 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that the Privacy Shield adequacy decision for the USA was invalid because of invasive US surveillance programs. You can read more about the background of […]
“Personal Data shall be processed lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner in relation to the data subject”. ‘Lawfulness, fairness and transparency’ is one of the fundamental data processing principles in Article 5 of the GDPR This means that data […]
From September 1st, the IAPP will be updating the CIPP/C, CIPP/US, CIPM and CIPP/E exams to stay current with changes in the privacy landscape.
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