ID Theft Red Flags Rule inches closer in the US

Financial Crime

WASHINGTON, DC - US banking institutions have little time left if they are to comply with the Identity Theft Red Flags Rule by the November 1 deadline. The requirement mandates new levels of ID theft programme management, training and awareness to ensure employees and customers are more cognisant of identity theft and its symptoms.

The flags aim to increase security awareness to prevent identity theft crime, train employees to better protect customer data, and raise customer awareness about

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