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Do you really understand the list of Federal regulations concerning identity issues?


This webinar training helps attendees to understand the problem with the 26 red flags released by federal regulators in regards to identity fraud. The instructor will discuss how to create and implement a fraud control program and identity solutions to combat ID theft and reduce future losses.


What is the latest in regards to customer ID and the Equifax data breach? We now know this breach was similar to a Chinese army operation. Banks have been increasingly dependent on Credit Agencies' data to support their customer identity needs. After the Experian breach, fraudsters buying data on the Dark Web have access to the same credit report data that the bank does. Banks need to do some basic rethinking about customer and potential customer identity issues, and they need to do that quickly. This is going to require creative thinking, as there is no "solution" in a box on the shelf.


This timely, two-hour CPE training event is designed for internal auditors, compliance professionals, and others who wish to improve their tradecraft skills when it comes to non-public information protection and detection of misuse.


This internal control training course will provide each attendee with 2 CPE Event Hours (YB). A certificate of completion will be provided.


Program Level of Understanding: Basic

Prerequisites: None

Advance Preparation: None

Delivery Format: Group Internet Based

NASBA Field(s) of Study: Business Ethics

CPE Credits: 2, based on 50 minutes of instruction per hour

Identity Issues in Banking

  • Offered every six weeks on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Central Time in two CPE-Credit event.

    We can schedule private events on your timetable for two or more attendees.

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