HCISPP Certification Training | Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner Training

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HCISPP Certification Training | HealthCare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner Training Course

Gain knowledge and experience in security and privacy controls for personal health information in this official (ISC)2 HCISPP Certification Training course

Led by an (ISC)² authorized instructor, the following HCISPP Certification Training | Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner Training course is an official (ISC)² training seminar for the HealthCare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner (HCISPP) certification, which confirms a practitioner’s core knowledge and experience in security and privacy controls for personal health information.

The HCISPP Certification Training | Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner Training and provided course material for this official (ISC)² training seminar will teach students about protecting organizations and sensitive patient data from emerging threats and breaches. Additionally, this HCISPP Certification Training | Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner Training course will also help students successfully prepare for the HCISPP exam as it provides a comprehensive review of healthcare security and privacy concepts and industry best practices, covering the 6 domains of the HCISPP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK).

Duration: 3 days

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Audience / Target Group

The intended audience for the HCISPP Certification Training program is professionals with practical healthcare experience, as well as a foundation in information security, privacy or risk. Typically speaking, HCISPP is ideal for those working in roles such as, but not limited to:

• Compliance Officer
• Information Security Manager
• Privacy Officer
• Compliance Auditor
• Risk Analyst
• Medical Records Supervisor
• Information Technology Manager
• Privacy and Security Consultant
• Health Information Manager
• Practice Manager

HCISPP Certification Training | Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner Training - Objectives:

After completing this HCISPP Certification Training | Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner Training course, attendees will be able to:

In-depth coverage of the six domains required to pass the HCISPP exam:

1.Healthcare Industry
2.Regulatory Environment
3.Privacy and Security in Healthcare
4.Information Governance and Risk Management
5.Information Risk Assessment
6.Third-party Risk Management

HCISPP Certification Training | Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner Training - Course Content:

1. Domain 1: Healthcare Industry

Healthcare Industry is the first domain reviewed in this official HCISPP training seminar. Students review the types of technologies and flows of information that require various levels of protection, and how healthcare information is exchanged within the industry.

HCISPP Certification Training Objectives:

• Understand the healthcare environment
• Understand third-party relationships
• Understand foundational health data management concepts

2. Domain 2: Regulatory Environment

The Regulatory Environment domain focuses on understanding relevant legal and regulatory requirements related to health information, including requirements for trans-border data exchange, and help ensure their organization’s policies and procedures are in compliance.

HCISPP Certification Training Objectives:

• Identify applicable regulations
• Understand international regulations and controls
• Compare internal practices against new policies and procedures
• Understand compliance frameworks
• Understand responses for risk-based decision
• Understand and comply with code of conduct/ethics in healthcare information

3. Domain 3: Privacy and Security in HealthCare

This domain covers the basic understanding of security and privacy concepts and principles, the relationship of security and privacy, and the types of information requiring protection in the healthcare industry.

HCISPP Training Objectives:

• Understand security objectives/attributes
• Understand general security definitions/concepts
• Understand general privacy principles
• Understand the relationship between privacy and security
• Understand the disparate nature of sensitive data handling implications

4. Domain 4: Information Governance and Risk Management

The Information Governance and Risk Management domain covers how organizations manage information risk through security and privacy governance, basic risk management methodology and lifecycles, and the principle risk activities they are likely to support.

HCISPP Certification Training Objectives:

• Understand security and privacy governance
• Understand basic risk management methodology
• Understand information risk management life cycles
• Participate in risk management activities

5. Domain 5: Information Risk Assessment

Domain 5 focuses on risk assessment concepts and identifying and participating in risk assessment practices and procedures within an organization.

HCISPP Training Objectives:

• Understand risk assessment
• Identify control assessment procedures from within organizational risk frameworks
• Participate in risk assessment consistent with role in organization
• Participate in efforts to remediate gaps

6. Domain 6: Third-party Risk Management

The final domain, Third-Party Risk Management, covers third party relationships based on the use of health information, managing third party relationships, and determining when additional security and privacy assurances are required. Additionally, this domain focuses on supporting the assessments of third parties, responding to third party security and privacy events, and participating in the mitigation of third party risks.

HCISPP Certification Training Objectives:

• Understand the definition of third parties in healthcare context
• Maintain a list of third-party organizations
• Determine when third-party assessment is required
• Support third-party assessments and audits
• Respond to notifications of security/privacy events
• Support establishment of third-party connectivity
• Promote awareness of the third-party requirements (internally and externally)
• Participate in remediation efforts
• Respond to third-party requests regarding privacy/security event

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