Having trained and certified over 20,000 CISSPs globally, Training Camp has been
named as “Highest Performing Affiliate of the Year” by (ISC)². Our decade-long partnership
with (ISC)² demonstrates Training Camp's experience and expertise delivering information
security certification training across their full portfolio of certifications.
As the creator of the only Official HCISPP Boot Camp Program, our goal is to get
established professionals the knowledge needed for HCISPP exam success.
Customized 100% Updated Official (ISC)² Courseware
Courseware designed from the extensive work from (ISC)² Instructors, Training Camp
Subject Matter Experts, and feedback from the contributions from (ISC)² members.
(ISC)² Approved CISSP Certified Instructors
We utilize Authorized (ISC)² instructors who are Subject Matter Experts well-versed
in accelerated learning and exam preparation during our CISSP boot camp. Their delivery
accommodates every student's learning needs through individualized instruction,
lab partner and group exercises, independent study, self-testing, and question/answer
Detailed Evening Review & Official (ISC)² Practice Exam
This zero-distraction, accelerated HCISPP boot camp review includes value-added
evening review sessions & official (ISC)² practice exams - representative of the
actual exam questions from (ISC)², and key to HCISPP preparation.
Hosted Onsite Official HCISPP Exam
We host the official (ISC)² HCISPP exam at the end of the class for our students.
These examinations are delivered at our site - with (ISC)² approval - not at 'local'
testing centers that are subject to seat availability. This is a perk of being a
student with the leading Official (ISC)² Training Provider. Our goal is for students
to leave class with HCISPP certification.
The HCISPP certification is for healthcare security and privacy practitioners who
are the frontline defense in protecting patient health information. These practitioners
are tasked with implementing, managing, or assessing the proper controls to protect
patient health information.
HCISPP candidates must have a minimum of two years of cumulative paid full-time work experience
in one domain of the HCISPP common body of knowledge (CBK®) that includes security, compliance, and privacy.
Legal experience may be substituted for compliance and information management experience may be substituted
for privacy. One of the two years of experience must be in the healthcare industry
Training Camp offers the full spectrum of learning [delivery] options - providing
our customers with end-to-end solutions to assist in achieving education goals.
Domain 1: Healthcare Industry
- Module 1: Understand the Healthcare environment
- Module 2: Understand Third-party relationships
- Module 3: Understand foundational health data management concepts
Domain 2: Regulatory Environment
- Module 1: Identify applicable regulations
- Module 2: Understand international regulations and controls
- Module 3: Compare internal practices against new policies and procedures
- Module 4: Understand compliance frameworks
- Module 5: Understand responses for risk-based decision
- Module 6: Understand and comply with Code of Conduct/Ethics in HealthCare information
Domain 3: Privacy and Security in HealthCare
- Module 1: Understand security objectives/attributes
- Module 2: Understand general security definitions/concepts
- Module 3: Understand general privacy principles
- Module 4: Understand the relationship between privacy and security
Module 5: Understand the disparate nature of sensitive data handling implications
Domain 4: Information Governance and Risk Management
- Module 1: Understand security and privacy governance
- Module 2: Understand basic risk management methodology
- Module 3: Understand information risk management life cycles
Module 4: Participate in risk management activities
Domain 5: Information Risk Assessment
- Module 1: Understand risk assessment
- Module 2: Identify control assessment procedures from within organizational risk
- Module 3: Participate in risk assessment consistent with role in organization
- Module 4: Participate in efforts to remediate gaps
Domain 6: Third-party Risk Management
- Module 1: Understand the definition of third parties in Healthcare context
- Module 2: Maintain a list of third-party organizations
- Module 3: Determine when third-party assessment is required
- Module 4: Support third-party assessments and audits
- Module 5: Respond to notifications of security/privacy events
- Module 6: Support establishment of third-party connectivity
- Module 7: Promote awareness of the third-party requirements (internally and externally)
- Module 8: Participate in remediation efforts
- Module 9: Respond to third-party requests regarding privacy/security event