Introduction to Privacy

Introduction to Privacy

Privacy has long been regarded as a basic human right in democratic societies. However, the explosion in the use of technology of the past few decades as resulted in a dramatic erosion of the individual's right to protect personal information. People are taking steps to protect their privacy. One of the ways in which they are able to achieve this is through privacy legislation.
90 Days Access / 4 Course Hrs
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Overview:

Privacy has long been regarded as a basic human right in democratic societies. However, the explosion in the use of technology of the past few decades as resulted in a dramatic erosion of the individual's right to protect personal information. People are taking steps to protect their privacy. One of the ways in which they are able to achieve this is through privacy legislation.

Major Topics:

This six-part online program was developed to help Canadian businesses meet their obligations under the Protection of Personal Information and Documents Act (PIPEDA). The program provides an introduction to privacy definitions and concepts; an overview of the Act and its legal implications; a detailed examination of the AICPA/CICA Privacy Framework; a process for implementing an effective privacy program within an organization; and a procedure for developing a 5-step action plan. Introduction to Privacy includes a Glossary and a useful selection of privacy Resources.

Enrollment Options:
Self-Paced
90 Days Access Course Code: T3195
No Instructor, Start Anytime
$89.00 USD

Requirements

Our courses are optimized to run on a PC with Windows 8 or newer equipped with Internet Explorer 5.5 or later and connected to the Internet. Ensure you have no pop-up blockers installed. Pentium class computer. 266 MHz processor (300+ MHz recommended). 32 MB RAM (64 MB recommended). Any Windows Based Operating System. SVGA monitor capable of 16-bit colour and 800 x 600 screen resolution. Sound card with speakers or headphones. Internet Explorer 5.5 or greater, or Netscape 7 or greater. Some courses require the Macromedia Flash 6 Player or Shockwave Player. Both players are downloadable for FREE. Minimum 56.6 Kbps Internet connection (High Speed cable, DSL-class or broadband access recommended).