sponsored by Iron Mountain
Posted:  13 Jun 2012
Published:  01 Jun 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

In January 2011, the Red Flags Rule requiring businesses to develop and implement comprehensive identity theft programs finally took effect. But not after much dispute over who was affected by the new rule.

Financial institutions to creditors must comply. But which entities are considered “creditors”? Could that be your business?

This informative resource explains:

  • Who is affected by the rule
  • Who is deemed a “creditor”
  • Requirements of the rule
  • And much more





BROWSE RELATED RESOURCES
Compliance (Systems Operations) | Compliance Best Practices | Financial Industry Organizations | Financial Service Providers | Financial Services Industry | Identity Management | Identity Theft | Risk Assessment | Risk Management

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