FTC Free Workshops for Businesses: Protecting Personal Information Fighting Fraud with the Red Flags Rule

Pope Auditorium 113 West 60th Street, New York, NY 10023 | Directions & Nearby

Conference Description

Free workshop in New York City on Wednesday, April 29, 2009
9:30 am - 1:00 pm Protecting Personal Information: Best Practices for Business
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Fighting Fraud with the Red Flags Rule: Practical Guidance for Business

Pope Auditorium, Lincoln Center Campus
Center on Law and Information Policy of Fordham Law School
113 West 60th Street
New York, NY 10023

 

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Federal Trade Commission
Center on Law and Information Policy of Fordham Law School
New York State Consumer Protection Board
New York City Department of Consumer Affairs
New York State Office of Cyber Security and Critical Infrastructure Coordination
Better Business Bureau Serving Metropolitan New York
International Association of Privacy Professionals

The morning session, “Protecting Personal Information: Best Practices for Business,” focuses on how businesses can better secure personal information, implement best practices for developing an appropriate data security program, and respond to data breaches and other privacy and security threats.

The afternoon session, “Fighting Fraud with the Red Flags Rule: Practical Guidance for Business,” addresses a new regulation that requires creditors and financial institutions to develop an Identity Theft Program for their covered accounts. FTC lawyers will provide guidance and answer questions about the scope, structure, and requirements of the Red Flags Rule. Business people and privacy experts will discuss their experiences with creating and implementing an Identity Theft Program. Both sessions feature business experts, attorneys, government officials, and other experts who provide practical guidance for businesses of all sizes.

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