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Personal Privacy Advisors

Certification, Licensing, and Special Requirements

Certification or Licensing

You do not need to be certified to work as a personal privacy advisor, but if you plan to work in corporate or government information security, earning a certification credential will expand your knowledge and increase your chances of landing a job. (ISC)² offers several certification designations to applicants who pass an examination and meet other requirements. Some of its designations include associate of (ISC)² (an entry-level credential),certified information systems security professional, systems security certified practitioner, certified cloud security professional, certified authorization professional, certified secure software lifecycle professional, and healthcare information security and privacy practitioner. CompTIA, SANS Institute, and vendors of Internet security software and other products also provide certification programs.

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