The American public and other nations around the world have strong concerns about the privacy of their personal information. This Primer addresses the fundamentals regarding the use of personal information that is obtained from customers and consumers in the course of running a business, more specifically within a financial institution. The information in this course is based on the key privacy concepts, terms, rules and requirements of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley (GLB) Act, which was passed in 1999 by Congress and signed into law by President Bill Clinton. Additional resources are provided for those who wish to explore the content in more depth. A glossary provides definitions of privacy words and phrases. Reviews allow you to check your understanding of the material covered, and a certificate of completion will be awarded to those who pass the final test.
This program contains 1 module(s).
1 CPE Credit(s)
Category: Compliance - General