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  • How to Disposition Records Using Your Retention Schedule

    An interesting video produced by utmbHealth

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  • TAB Webinar: Records Retention in the Real World, Part 1

    Need an introduction to the issue of retention schedules? This tool will help you understand where you need to begin to focus your efforts, and get you on the road to creating the retention schedule your organization needs.

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  • Email Records Retention Video (Part 1 of 4)

    Organizations, both big and small, need to ensure that they are not making headlines for the wrong reason: Non-Compliance. Now available online for a limited time only, Messaging Architects presents a compelling four-part Email Compliance Video Series, presented by Technology Attorney, Benjamin D. Wright.

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    Information Compromise and the Risk of Identity Theft: Guidance for Your Business

    These days, it is almost impossible to be in business and not collect or hold personally identifying information — names and addresses, Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, or other account numbers — about your customers, employees, business partners, students, or patients. If this information falls into the wrong hands, it could put these individuals at risk for identity theft.

    Still, not all personal information compromises result in identity theft, and the type of personal information compromised can significantly affect the degree of potential damage. What steps should you take and whom should you contact if personal information is compromised? Although the answers vary from case to case, the following guidance from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency, can help you make smart, sound decisions. Check federal and state laws or regulations for any specific requirements for your business.

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    Businesses Must Provide Victims and Law Enforcement with Transaction Records Relating to Identity Theft

    The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) spells out rights for victims of identity theft, as well as responsibilities for businesses. Identity theft victims are entitled to ask businesses for a copy of transaction records — such as applications for credit — relating to the theft of their identity.

    Indeed, victims can authorize law enforcement officers to get the records or ask that the business send a copy of the records directly to a law enforcement officer. The businesses covered by the law must provide copies of these records, free of charge, within 30 days of receiving the request for them in writing. This means that the law enforcement officials who ask for these records in writing may get them from your business without a subpoena, as long as they have the victim’s authorization.

    The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency, enforces the FCRA including this requirement, which is known as Section 609(e). Here is some additional information to help your business comply with this provision of the law…

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    In Brief: The Financial Privacy Requirements of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act

    Protecting the privacy of consumer information held by “financial institutions” is at the heart of the financial privacy provisions of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Financial Modernization Act of 1999. The GLB Act requires companies to give consumers privacy notices that explain the institutions’ information-sharing practices. In turn, consumers have the right to limit some – but not all – sharing of their information.

    Here’s a brief look at the basic financial privacy requirements of the law.

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