Learn the essentials of privacy in health care
September 22, 2021
WATERLOO, Ont. – The amount of data being collected is increasing every day, as well as the importance of protecting it. Regulations and legal requirements for protecting data are rapidly changing. Organizations that lose the confidence of customers by a data privacy breach can be catastrophic and hurt the bottom line.
Everyone from new employees to C-Suite executives need to stay up-to-date. The ability to demonstrate that you have a leading privacy program will increase consumer confidence and customer satisfaction.
The NIHI – McMaster ePrivacy Certificate of Completion Course will provide you everything you need to know to become leading experts in ePrivacy. The course is broken down into four easy to follow modules that will make you and your organization leaders in the field of ePrivacy.
NIHI – McMaster University CE ePrivacy in Health Care Course
25 Sessions, 30 Hours.
21 Recorded & 5 Live, Interactive, Online.
Live Session Dates: Nov. 10, Dec. 8, 2020, Jan. 12, Feb. 16, March 2021
Registration and more information
Module 1 – Privacy Fundamentals: Take a comprehensive look into privacy fundamentals, individual rights, responsibilities, Canadian and international laws and more.
Module 2 – Building a Privacy Program: Learn how to take foundational principles and apply them to your new or existing privacy program.
Module 3 – Privacy Risk Assessment: Learn how to identify, assess and manage privacy risk. How should you deal with increasing cyber threats, or react to a breach.
Learn from Canada’s leading privacy experts:
Brendan Seaton (pictured on left), CISSO, CIPP/C, CRISC, Founder & Chief Creative Officer, Privacy Horizon Inc.; Privacy By Design Ambassador; Past President, ITAC Health; NIHI Instructor
Patrick Lo (pictured on right), CISSP, CIPP/C, CEO, Privacy Horizon Inc.; NIHI Instructor
Recognition for Successful Course Completion
Certificate of Completion: Upon completion you will be awarded a NIHI – McMaster CE Certificate of Completion in ePrivacy in Health Care. A certificate of completion is a non-academic certificate acknowledging that the recipient has completed a minimum of 30 hours of education/training in the subject area.
Micro-Credential: Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a digital credential that can be shared electronically.