US regulators and legislators to focus on consumer information security

WASHINGTON, DC

-- US regulators and legislators are going to be stepping up the attention paid to consumer information security issues, to prevent identity theft and other forms of fraud, according to testimony from a joint hearing, Fighting Fraud: Improving Information Security, held on April 3 by the US House of Representatives’ Oversight and Investigations, and Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit subcommittees.

In their opening remarks, Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit

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