Posts Tagged ‘Red Flags rule’

Red Flags Rule Enforcement Delayed to August 1, 2009; FTC Providing a Compliance “Template”

Friday, May 1st, 2009

The FTC has once more announced a delayed enforcement of the Red Flags Rule to August 1, 2009


New Examiner Instructions From The OTS For Red Flags Rule Enforcement

Monday, November 3rd, 2008

Organizations that are covered by regulations will do themselves a free compliance favor by reading…and knowing…what the examiners will be looking for when they visit to do their compliance audits.


FTC Postpones Active Red Flags Rule Enforcement To May 1, 2009

Thursday, October 23rd, 2008

I was surprised to read this yesterday…


Federal Reserve Releases Examination Procedures For Red Flags Rule Compliance

Friday, October 17th, 2008

If you must comply with the Red Flags Rule, which is a rule that falls under the umbrella of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA), which most organizations in the U.S. who process payments from their customers must comply with, for which compliance is required by November 1 of this year, then you should review the recently released guidance documents that will be used by the government oversight examiners…


Laws & Regulations Require Security & Privacy Training & Awareness

Wednesday, July 9th, 2008

I’m in the final weeks of creating some privacy breach training courses that will not only help personnel to prevent privacy breaches, but also help support compliance with the FACTA Red Flags rule, the at least 45 U.S. privacy breach notice laws, plus many other laws and regulations.
Over the past decade+ there have been a large number of laws, regulations and industry standards that have specifically stated the need for organizations to provide information security and privacy training and awareness to their personnel.