The Legal and Business Guide to

Privacy & Security of Consumer Information in Financial Institutions

New Requirements - New Risks - Best Practices for Integrating Privacy and Security Programs

Monday, January 26, 2004

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Do you have the up-to-the-minute information and practical strategies you need to ensure compliance with current federal, state, and local privacy and security laws?

Has your financial institution implemented the processes and systems it needs to keep its privacy and security checks and balances in place?

This American Conference Institute publication on Privacy and Security of Consumer Information in Financial Institutions is designed to provide you with the most current information on all of the most recent developments in privacy and security law. You will also learn how to assess your financial institution's privacy and security practices and implement the changes necessary to comply with the latest rules and regulations.

This information-packed publication brought together a preeminent faculty of over 40 leading industry players who offered you their expertise and perspectives on the most pressing issues in privacy and security law for financial institutions, including:

  • The implications of the FCRA reauthorization
  • Class actions and other perils on the horizon under FCRA
  • Coordinating compliance between state and local laws
  • The relationship of USA PATRIOT Act requirements to Gramm-Leach-Bliley
  • Privacy litigation: which types of claims are working - and which are not
  • Overcoming challenges in complying with the Telemarketing Sales Rule Amendments
  • Old and new tools to prevent identity theft
  • Ensuring employee compliance with your privacy and security policies
  • HIPAA enforcement and problems
Whether your company is a bank, insurance company, broker-dealer, or other financial institution, this timely publication is one you cannot afford to miss. This will be your best opportunity of the year to get answers to your questions from leaders in the field of privacy and security for financial institutions.

Contents & Contributors

About

Do you have the up-to-the-minute information and practical strategies you need to ensure compliance with current federal, state, and local privacy and security laws?

Has your financial institution implemented the processes and systems it needs to keep its privacy and security checks and balances in place?

This American Conference Institute publication on Privacy and Security of Consumer Information in Financial Institutions is designed to provide you with the most current information on all of the most recent developments in privacy and security law. You will also learn how to assess your financial institution's privacy and security practices and implement the changes necessary to comply with the latest rules and regulations.

This information-packed publication brought together a preeminent faculty of over 40 leading industry players who offered you their expertise and perspectives on the most pressing issues in privacy and security law for financial institutions, including:

  • The implications of the FCRA reauthorization
  • Class actions and other perils on the horizon under FCRA
  • Coordinating compliance between state and local laws
  • The relationship of USA PATRIOT Act requirements to Gramm-Leach-Bliley
  • Privacy litigation: which types of claims are working - and which are not
  • Overcoming challenges in complying with the Telemarketing Sales Rule Amendments
  • Old and new tools to prevent identity theft
  • Ensuring employee compliance with your privacy and security policies
  • HIPAA enforcement and problems
Whether your company is a bank, insurance company, broker-dealer, or other financial institution, this timely publication is one you cannot afford to miss. This will be your best opportunity of the year to get answers to your questions from leaders in the field of privacy and security for financial institutions.

Contents & Contributors

THE FAIR AND ACCURATE CREDIT TRANSACTIONS ACT OF 2003
L. Richard Fischer, Morrison & Foerster LLP
Marcia Z. Sullivan, Consumer Bankers Association

STATE LAWS AND REGULATIONS: WHAT'S LEFT AFTER FCRA REAUTHORIZATION?
Prepared by Donald C. Lampe, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC

CALIFORNIA LAWS AND REGULATIONS ON FINANCIAL PRIVACY
G. Diane Colborn, Personal Insurance Federation of California

STATE LAWS AND REGULATIONS: WHAT'S LEFT AFTER FACT?
Mathew H. Street, American Bankers Association

FAQS: FINAL CIP RULE
Submitted by: Oliver I. Ireland, Morrison & Foerster LLP

FEDERAL REGULATORS' ROUNDTABLE
David Medine, Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering

SELECTED RECENT PRIVACY CASES
Cynthia T. Andreason, Wiley Rein & Fielding, LLP

PRIVACY/SECURITY LITIGATION DEVELOPMENTS AND TRENDS: WHAT IS HOT IN YEAR 2004? WHAT SHOULD A COMPANY DO?
James R. Tuite, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co.

SURVIVING A SECURITY CRISIS
Jennifer Barrett, Acxiom Corporation

PRIVACY NOTICES: CHALLENGES FOR 2004
Stephen Durkee, Citigroup, Global Consumer

INFORMATION SHARING: MANAGING THIRD PARTY ASSURANCE RELATIONSHIPS UNDER FINANCIAL AND HEALTH PRIVACY LAW
Kirk M. Herath, Nationwide

BEST PRACTICES IN ONGOING PRIVACY COMPLIANCE: CHIEF PRIVACY OFFICERS ROUNDTABLE
Campbell Tucker, Wachovia Corporation

PROTECTING AGAINST INTERNAL THREATS
Marc Loewenthal, New Century Mortgage Corporation
Ken DeJarnette, CISSP, Deloitte

THE LATEST STRATEGIES FOR ENSURING PROTECTING OF CONSUMER INFORMATION BY THIRD PARTIES: LEGAL REQUIREMENTS, CONTRACT TERMS, AND PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FROM IN-HOUSE COUNSEL
Susan Lau, Providian Financial Corporation

THIRD PARTY DATA PROTECTION FRAMEWORK
Brian Tretick, Ernst & Young

MAKING SENSE OF HIPAA PRIVACY FOR EMPLOYERS
Kirk J. Nahra, Wiley Rein & Fielding, LLP



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