HCISPP Certification Boot Camp Outline
The Official (ISC)² courseware covers a broad spectrum of topics in the 7 domains of the HCISPP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK). With Training Camp’s exam prep guide your course content will always be up-to-date with the most current version of the exam. This mix of courseware offers an in-depth review of the CBK as needed, and offers the advantage of Training Camp exam performance boosters.
HCISPP Domain 1: Healthcare Industry
Understand the Healthcare Environment Components
Understand Third-Party Relationships
Understand Foundational Health Data Management Concepts
HCISPP Domain 2: Information Governance in Healthcare
Understand Information Governance Frameworks
Identify Information Governance Roles and Responsibilities
Align Information Security and Privacy Policies, Standards and Procedures
Understand and Comply with Code of Conduct/Ethics in a Health IT
HCISPP Domain 3: Information Technologies in Healthcare
Understand the Impact of Healthcare IT on Privacy and Security
Understand Data Life Cycle Management
Understand Third-Party Connectivity
HCISPP Domain 4: Regulatory and Standards Environment
Identify Regulatory Requirements
Recognize Regulations and Controls of Various Countries
Understand Compliance Frameworks
HCISPP Domain 5: Privacy and Security in Healthcare
Understand Security Objectives/Attributes
Understand General Security Definitions and Concepts
Understand General Privacy Definitions and Concepts
Understand the Relationship Between Privacy and Security
Understand Sensitive Data and Handling
HCISPP Domain 6: Risk Management and Risk Assessment
Understand Enterprise Risk Management
Understand Information Risk Management Framework (RMF)
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Understand Risk Management Process
Identify Control Assessment Procedures using Org Risk Frameworks
Participate in Risk Assessment Consistent with the Role in Organization
Understand Risk Response (e.g., corrective action plan)
Utilize Controls to Remediate Risk (e.g., preventative, detective, corrective)
Participate in Continuous Monitoring
HCISPP Domain 7: Third-Party Risk Management
Understand the Definition of Third-Parties in Healthcare Context
Maintain a List of Third-Party Organizations
Apply Management Standards and Practices for Engaging Third-Parties
Determine When a Third-Party Assessment Is Required
Support Third-Party Assessments and Audits
Participate in Third-Party Remediation Efforts
Respond to Notifications of Security/Privacy Events
Respond to Third-Party Requests Regarding Privacy/Security Events
Promote Awareness of Third-Party Requirements
As an (ISC)² Preferred Official Training Provider, Training Camp offers CPE units for our (ISC)² class alumni that can be used for a wide range of CEU and CPE requirements.
Is the HCISPP certification right for me?
The HealthCare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner (HCISPP) is the ideal certification for those with the core knowledge and experience needed to implement, manage or assess the appropriate security and privacy controls of a healthcare organization. HCISPP provides confirmation of a practitioner’s knowledge
of best practices and techniques to protect organizations and sensitive data against emerging threats and breaches.
Candidates must have a minimum of two years cumulative work experience in one or more knowledge areas of the HCISPP Common Body of Knowledge, with at least one year in the healthcare industry.
(ISC)² HCISPP Exam Voucher Policy
Unofficial training providers may say they include the exam voucher, but this is neither true nor ethical. (ISC)² and (ISC)² Official Training Providers, such as Training Camp are the only authorized organizations with the ability to offer vouchers for our exams. Unauthorized companies do not have the access required to purchase HCISPP exam vouchers. An authorized organization will never ask for a candidate’s Pearson VUE credentials.
Make sure you or your employees do not provide them to an unauthorized company. This puts them at risk and violates the terms of the (ISC)² Non Disclosure Agreement, which could result in losing their (ISC)² certification, being suspended indefinitely from retaking the exam, and losing money you’ve paid for the exam. This warning is shown clearly when enrolling for any HCISPP exam date. By going through official channels for exam vouchers, they – and your organization – eliminate these risks
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