Posts Tagged 'financial institutions'

Senate Legislation Would Federalize Cybersecurity

Senate Legislation Would Federalize Cybersecurity
Rules for Private Networks Also Proposed

By Joby Warrick and Walter Pincus
Washington Post Staff Writers
Wednesday, April 1, 2009; A04

 

Key lawmakers are pushing to dramatically escalate U.S. defenses against cyberattacks, crafting proposals that would empower the government to set and enforce security standards for private industry for the first time.

The proposals, in Senate legislation that could be introduced as early as today, would broaden the focus of the government’s cybersecurity efforts to ...

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Red Flag Delayed

In case you haven’t heard the FTC has delayed the deadline for implementation of the Red Flag Rules.  The deadline has been extended 6 months to May 1st 2009.  

The Red Flag rules require financial institutions and credit based corporations to develop and implement an identity theft prevention program.  

You can read more about the delay on the FTC website here http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2008/10/redflags.shtm

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