This course (~15 min) teaches the basics of Privacy by Design to engineers, designers, and other workforce members. To effectively design for privacy, one must identify and assess the various privacy issues that might arise. Doing so can be challenging because privacy is a broad and complex concept. This training course aims to provide clear and concrete guidance about how to design for privacy. Professor Daniel Solove uses his well-known and widely-used taxonomy of privacy to explain how to identify the various privacy issues that might arise with new products or services.
- Understand the “Privacy by Design” philosophy
- Learn how to design for privacy and data protection
- Learn how to identify the privacy issues that can arise with new products or services
The license entitles 1 individual to view this course for a period of 1 month. For a small fee, you can extend this period by another month, and you can keep extending the period for as long as you desire.
During the 1-month license period, you can view the course as many times as you want. Only 1 individual is permitted to use the license.
If you are interested in using this course for organizational training for multiple individuals, please contact us for discounted bulk rates. Please also contact us if you’re interested in licensing the course for a longer period of time or licensing multiple courses.
If you are interested in courses not available individually or in many courses, you might find the sitewide license to be the best option.