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FTC Red Flag Rule Update

Posted By ESA Communications, Friday, September 11, 2015
Are you taking reasonable steps to secure sensitive consumer information? If not, you may want to think twice. Monday, August 24 the Philadelphia-based Third U.S. Circuit Court of Appeal ruled that the FTC could proceed with a lawsuit against Worldwide Corp. for not providing enough consumer protection. With this ruling, any business failing to provide reasonable protections against theft of online data can be sued by the FTC. To guarantee the safety of your business, and your customers, take a look at the FTC's How-to Guide for Businesses to Fight Identity Theft with Red Flags Rule. For more information be sure to read ESA Executive Director & CEO, Merlin Guilbeau's column on page 6 in the July/August Issue of Security Nation.

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