FTC RED FLAGS RULE TRAINING
This financial privacy training video (~5 minutes) covers the key red flags that workforce members should look out for as part of an Identity Theft Prevention Program under the FTC Red Flags Rule. The interactive quiz questions (~4 minutes) ask trainees to identify red flags in various scenarios.
- Understand the FTC Red Flags Rule
- Learn about the key red flags that workforce members should look out for as part of an Identity Theft Prevention Program
Under the FACTA, which amended the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the FTC established the Red Flags Rule, which requires training as part of an Identity Theft Prevention Program. Staff should be trained about the various red flags to look out for, and any other relevant aspect of the organization’s Identity Theft Prevention Program. Pursuant to the Red Flags Rule:
16 CFR 681.1 – Duties regarding the detection, prevention, and mitigation of identity theft
(e) Administration of the Program. Each financial institution or creditor that is required to implement a Program must provide for the continued administration of the Program and must: . . .
(3) Train staff, as necessary, to effectively implement the Program. . . .
For more information about the FTC Red Flags Rule, see the FTC’s guide, Fighting Identity Theft with the Red Flags Rule: A How-To Guide for Business.
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