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Red Flags Rules compliance: Are your customers informed?

Without taking the proper precautions, security solution providers can face civil lawsuits if customers fail to comply with the FACTA Red Flags Rules. Non-banking institutions, or creditors, must achieve Red Flags Rules compliance by November 1, 2009. Your customers may not even realize that these apply to them, so they will need much guidance to become and stay compliant.

In this edition of Patrolling the Channel, Kevin McDonald, executive vice president of Alvaka Networks, explains exactly what it takes to be compliant with the Red Flags Rules, and as well as what the penalty for non-compliance is. Find out how to help customers comply with the Red Flags Rules without putting your own business at risk.

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This was first published in July 2009

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