Partner David Delaney, who is based in North Carolina’s Research Triangle, recently acquired the “Certified Information Privacy Professional, U.S. Private Sector” (CIPP/US) designation through the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
The IAPP is a not-for-profit organization whose members reap rewards through shared information and resources related to data and privacy, with the goal of enhancing the privacy profession worldwide.*
Privacy certifications such as the CIPP/US provide people like Mr. Delaney “with the knowledge they need to help you meet your privacy program goals of reduced risk, improved compliance, enhanced brand loyalty and more,” according to the IAPP website.
In fact, the IAPP’s programs are the only credentialing programs in information privacy that are globally recognized.
“I have long viewed the IAPP as providing an essential function establishing standards of knowledge to apply to privacy issues. The CIPP/US certification process has expanded my knowledge base on data privacy and connected me with many technologists and other professionals addressing privacy issues in corporate, government, and non-sectors” Mr. Delaney said.
This ANSI/ISO-accredited certification enhances Mr. Delaney’s ability to serve the various data and privacy-related needs that a company may have.
Mr. Delaney's practice is focused on clients’ cyberspace needs, business issues (including data security, privacy, breach response, product development, contracts, internal, policies, and regulatory compliance), strategic risk management, corporate governance, and leadership programs.
Read more about Mr. Delaney here.
*CIPP/US is not a law-practice certification of expertise or specialization in North Carolina.