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The IAPP CIPP-E (Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe) Exam is a globally recognized credential that validates your understanding of European data protection laws and regulations, particularly the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

2. Who should take the IAPP CIPP-E Exam?

The CIPP-E Exam is ideal for privacy professionals, lawyers, compliance officers, data security specialists, and anyone working with personal data subject to European regulations. It's particularly beneficial for individuals involved in data governance, risk management, and international data transfers.

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The CIPP-E Exam assesses your knowledge of privacy laws, regulations, and practices related to data protection in Europe. Key areas include GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), ePrivacy, data transfers, accountability, and risk management.

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The IAPP CIPP-E exam consists of 90 questions.

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The duration of the IAPP CIPP-E exam is 2 hours and 30 minutes.

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  • IAPP CIPP-E (Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe): The IAPP CIPP-E Exam focuses European data protection laws and regulations, particularly the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This exam is ideal for Professionals working with personal data subject to European regulations.
  • IAPP CIPP-C (Certified Information Privacy Professional/Canada): The IAPP CIPP-C Exam focuses Canadian information privacy laws and principles at the federal, provincial, and territorial levels. This exam is ideal for Professionals working with personal data subject to Canadian privacy regulations. This applies to individuals in various sectors across Canada.

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Question # 1

Articles 13 and 14 of the GDPR provide details on the obligation of data controllers to inform data subjects when collecting personal data. However, both articles specify an exemption for situations in which the data subject already has the information.

Which other situation would also exempt the data controller from this obligation under Article 14?


When providing the information would go against a police order.


When providing the information would involve a disproportionate effort


When the personal data was obtained through multiple source in the public domain


When the personal data was obtained 5 years before the entry into force of the GDPR

Question # 2


Please use the following to answer the next question:

ProStorage is a multinational cloud storage provider headquartered in the Netherlands. Its CEO. Ruth Brown, has developed a two-pronged strategy for growth: 1) expand ProStorage s global customer base and 2) increase ProStorage's sales force by efficiently onboarding effective teams. Enacting this strategy has recently been complicated by Ruth's health condition, which has limited her working hours, as well as her ability to travel to meet potential customers. ProStorage's Human Resources department and Ruth's Chief of Staff now work together to manage her schedule and ensure that she is able to make all her medical appointments The latter has become especially crucial after Ruth's last trip to India, where she suffered a medical emergency and was hospitalized m New Delhi Unable to reach Ruths family, the hospital reached out to ProStorage and was able to connect with her Chief of Staff, who in coordination with Mary, the head of HR. provided information to the doctors based on accommodate on requests Ruth made when she started a: ProStorage

In support of Ruth's strategic goals of hiring more sales representatives, the Human

Resources team is focused on improving its processes to ensure that new

employees are sourced, interviewed, hired, and onboarded efficiently. To help with

this, Mary identified two vendors, HRYourWay, a German based company, and

InstaHR, an Australian based company. She decided to have both vendors go

through ProStorage's vendor risk review process so she can work with Ruth to

make the final decision. As part of the review process, Jackie, who is responsible

for maintaining ProStorage's privacy program (including maintaining controller

BCRs and conducting vendor risk assessments), reviewed both vendors but

completed a transfer impact assessment only for InstaHR. After her review of both

vendors, she determined that InstaHR satisfied more of the requirements as it

boasted a more established privacy program and provided third-party attestations,

whereas HRYourWay was a small vendor with minimal data protection operations.

Thus, she recommended InstaHR.

ProStorage's marketing team also worked to meet the strategic goals of the

company by focusing on industries where it needed to grow its market share. To

help with this, the team selected as a partner UpFinance, a US based company

with deep connections to financial industry customers. During ProStorage's

diligence process, Jackie from the privacy team noted in the transfer impact

assessment that UpFinance implements several data protection measures

including end-to-end encryption, with encryption keys held by the customer.

Notably, UpFinance has not received any government requests in its 7 years of

business. Still, Jackie recommended that the contract require UpFinance to notify

ProStorage if it receives a government request for personal data UpFinance

processes on its behalf prior to disclosing such data.

What transfer mechanism did ProStorage most likely rely on to transfer Ruth's

medical information to the hospital?


Ruth's implied consent.


Protecting the vital interest of Ruth.


Performance of a contract with Ruth.


Protecting against legal liability from Ruth.

Question # 3

Which sentence BEST summarizes the concepts of “fairness,” “lawfulness” and “transparency”, as expressly required by Article 5 of the GDPR?


Fairness and transparency refer to the communication of key information before collecting data; lawfulness refers to compliance with government regulations.


Fairness refers to limiting the amount of data collected from individuals; lawfulness refers to the approval of company guidelines by the state; transparency solely relates to communication of key information before collecting data.


Fairness refers to the security of personal data; lawfulness and transparency refers to the analysis of ordinances to ensure they are uniformly enforced.


Fairness refers to the collection of data from diverse subjects; lawfulness refers to the need for legal rules to be uniform; transparency refers to giving individuals access to their data.

Question # 4


Please use the following to answer the next question:

TripBliss Inc. is a travel service company which has lost substantial revenue over the last few years. Their new manager, Oliver, suspects that this is partly due to the company’s outdated website. After doing some research, he meets with a sales representative from the up-and-coming IT company Techiva, hoping that they can design a new, cutting-edge website for TripBliss Inc.’s foundering business.

During negotiations, a Techiva representative describes a plan for gathering more customer information through detailed Questionaires, which could be used to tailor their preferences to specific travel destinations. TripBliss Inc. can choose any number of data categories – age, income, ethnicity – that would help them best accomplish their goals. Oliver loves this idea, but would also like to have some way of gauging how successful this approach is, especially since the Questionaires will require customers to provide explicit consent to having their data collected. The Techiva representative suggests that they also run a program to analyze the new website’s traffic, in order to get a better understanding of how customers are using it. He explains his plan to place a number of cookies on customer devices. The cookies will allow the company to collect IP addresses and other information, such as the sites from which the customers came, how much time they spend on the TripBliss Inc. website, and which pages on the site they visit. All of this information will be compiled in log files, which Techiva will analyze by means of a special program. TripBliss Inc. would receive aggregate statistics to help them evaluate the website’s effectiveness. Oliver enthusiastically engages Techiva for these services.

Techiva assigns the analytics portion of the project to longtime account manager Leon Santos. As is standard practice, Leon is given administrator rights to TripBliss Inc.’s website, and can authorize access to the log files gathered from it. Unfortunately for TripBliss Inc., however, Leon is taking on this new project at a time when his dissatisfaction with Techiva is at a high point. In order to take revenge for what he feels has been unfair treatment at the hands of the company, Leon asks his friend Fred, a hobby hacker, for help. Together they come up with the following plan: Fred will hack into Techiva’s system and copy their log files onto a USB stick. Despite his initial intention to send the USB to the press and to the data protection authority in order to denounce Techiva, Leon experiences a crisis of conscience and ends up reconsidering his plan. He decides instead to securely wipe all the data from the USB stick and inform his manager that the company’s system of access control must be reconsidered.

If TripBliss Inc. decides not to report the incident to the supervisory authority, what would be their BEST defense?


The resulting obligation to notify data subjects would involve disproportionate effort.


The incident resulted from the actions of a third-party that were beyond their control.


The destruction of the stolen data makes any risk to the affected data subjects unlikely.


The sensitivity of the categories of data involved in the incident was not substantial enough.

Question # 5

To receive a preliminary interpretation on provisions of the GDPR, a national court will refer its case to which of the following?


The Court of Justice of the European Union.


The European Data Protection Supervisor.


The European Court of Human Rights.


The European Data Protection Board.