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Newcomer III

Re: ISC2 Course: GDPR for Security Professionals - A Framework for Success

Is there a trick for signing up?  The course description indicates the training is free for ISC2 members, but it is asking for a credit card to take the class all the way through to the checkout process.


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Andrea Stansbury- CISSP
Newcomer I

Re: ISC2 Course: GDPR for Security Professionals - A Framework for Success

I wonder if ISC2 will offer a course: CCPA for Security Professionals - A Framework for Success.

 

Maybe not, because CCPA is a state law as opposed to a continent, but California has more economic prowess than most countries of the world. So, maybe so?

 

I only ask because I am asked just as much about CCPA implications as I am about GDPR.... even by ISC2 certified professionals and CIPP, and ISACA, etc.

Newcomer III

Re: ISC2 Course: GDPR for Security Professionals - A Framework for Success

Andrea - I just went through the class, but was not asked to provide payment info.    Perhaps contact (ISC)2 for a hand?

Viewer II

Re: ISC2 Course: GDPR for Security Professionals - A Framework for Success

I'm having the same problem.


Setor de Segurança da Informação - SESI (Information Security Sector)
Tribunal Regional do Trabalho da 21ª Região
Newcomer II

Re: ISC2 Course: GDPR for Security Professionals - A Framework for Success

Hi there,

do you think (ISC)^2 will ever update the course? Right now it has a lot of apparently outdated materials, even reffering to some parts of GDPR as "once it takes effect", despite the directive being in place and enforceable since May 2018.

Newcomer I

Re: ISC2 Course: GDPR for Security Professionals - A Framework for Success

What other inconsistencies did you identify outside of the implementation date having already passed? If there are many, then "ever" in the future is likely to happen. But if not many inconsistencies, then I kind of hope they don't bother with it, outside of easy edits to text (and maybe audio). I hope they prepare for courses on the United States legislative pipeline of related laws.

But yes, its hard to disagree that updating the course to reflect that it is already implemented is a fine thing to do. I'm also proud that they were able to get it produced prior to the release date. Any future courses they provide prior to release dates will inevitably face the same problem.

But what other inconsistencies did you identify?