The Advanced Legal and Business Guide to

Consumer Privacy & Information Security In Financial Institutions

The Latest Regulations and Best Practices for Implementing Privacy and Security Policies

Tuesday, January 25, 2005

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Is your financial institution insulated from ID theft and privacy-related lawsuits?

With the privacy landscape transformed by the FACT Act, it is incumbent on privacy officers, compliance officials and attorneys at financial institutions to ensure that their privacy and information security policies are fully compliant with the sweeping new mandates. The increasing prevalence of identity theft and the potential liability raises the bar even higher, giving financial institutions the impetus to go as far as possible to protect customer information.

American Conference Institute's publication on Consumer Privacy and Information Security in Financial Institutions will gives you the tools that you need to develop and implement privacy and security practices that meet the latest rules and regulations. Leading industry players offer their expertise and unique perspectives on the most pertinent issues, including:

  • Changes you need to make to be in full compliance with the FACT Act
  • What federal preemption means for state-chartered banks
  • How to avoid privacy and security-related litigation
  • Technology solutions for protecting consumer information

Contents & Contributors

About

Is your financial institution insulated from ID theft and privacy-related lawsuits?

With the privacy landscape transformed by the FACT Act, it is incumbent on privacy officers, compliance officials and attorneys at financial institutions to ensure that their privacy and information security policies are fully compliant with the sweeping new mandates. The increasing prevalence of identity theft and the potential liability raises the bar even higher, giving financial institutions the impetus to go as far as possible to protect customer information.

American Conference Institute's publication on Consumer Privacy and Information Security in Financial Institutions will gives you the tools that you need to develop and implement privacy and security practices that meet the latest rules and regulations. Leading industry players offer their expertise and unique perspectives on the most pertinent issues, including:

  • Changes you need to make to be in full compliance with the FACT Act
  • What federal preemption means for state-chartered banks
  • How to avoid privacy and security-related litigation
  • Technology solutions for protecting consumer information

Contents & Contributors


THE GRAMM-LEACH-BLILEY ACT: FINAL RULE ON SAFEGUARDS FOR CUSTOMER FINANCIAL INFORMATION
Laura Berger, Federal Trade Commission

THE FACTS ON FACT: WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS?
John Ricketti, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

THE FAIR AND ACCURATE CREDIT TRANSACTIONS ACT OF 2003
L. Richard Fischer, Morrison & Foerster LLP

THE FACT ACT STUDIES: UNDERSTANDING THE INTERPRETIVE RULES
Oscar Marquis, Oldaker, Biden & Belair LLP

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OFAC AND THE USA PATRIOT ACT?
Kathleen N. Jensen, Property Casualty Insurers Association of America

BALANCING THE U.S. PATRIOT ACT'S INFORMATION SHARING PROVISIONS WITH THE GRAMM-LEACH-BLILEY ACT'S PRIVACY REQUIREMENTS
Jamie L. Boucher, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
Christina A. LaVera, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

THE FUTURE OF STATE LAWS: CONTINUING STATE INITIATIVES: CALIFORNIA
Julius L. Loeser, Comerica Incorporated

HIPAA FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
Sharon Robbins, Genworth Financial

HIPAA ISSUES FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
Kirk J. Nahra, Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP

GLOBAL PRIVACY STRATEGIES
Lothar Determann, Baker McKenzie LLP
Brian Hengesbaugh, Baker McKenzie LLP

PRIVACY & SECURITY LAW ENFORCEMENT STRUCTURE
Jacob Thiessen, Buckley Kolar LLP

EMERGING AND EVOLVING BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
Nancy Baran, Prudential Insurance Company of America

EMERGING AND EVOLVING BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
Janet Chapman, The Charles Schwab Corporation

EMERGING AND EVOLVING BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
Jonathan Damon, LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae LLP

PROCESSES AND POLICIES TO PROTECT CUSTOMER INFORMATION IN THIRD-PARTY HANDS
Susan Lau, Providian Financial Corporation

PROCESSES AND POLICIES TO PROTECT CUSTOMER INFORMATION IN THIRD-PARTY HANDS
Jonathan Damon, LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae, LLP

FRAMEWORKS FOR VENDOR RISK MANAGEMENT
Brian Tretick, Ernst & Young LLP

BEST PRACTICES FOR CHIEF PRIVACY AND COMPLIANCE OFFICERS
Jennifer Barrett, Acxiom Corporation

BEST PRACTICES FOR CHIEF PRIVACY AND COMPLIANCE OFFICERS
Janet Chapman, The Charles Schwab Corporation

ENSURING COMPLIANCE WITH DNC AND CAN-SPAM LEGISLATION
Jennifer Barrett, Acxiom Corporation



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