The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) of 1999
For organizations engaged in significant financial services, complying with the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) is critical. Doing so not only ensures that customer and consumer data is appropriately protected, but it also protects the organization’s reputation and helps avoid legal action and fines – as high as $100,000 per violation – by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
This course is designed to fit snugly into an organization’s plan for GLBA compliance. It is designed to not only explain what the GLBA is but also the rationale behind the Act and the action steps that an average employee can take to help improve the security of customer/consumer data.
This GLBA training course is created especially for organizations that are engaged in financial services. Benefits of this course include:
- Delivers relevant information to address key compliance requirements
- Engages learners in hands-on problem-solving using case-study-based examples
- Addresses the rationale behind the Act and its rules, including the Pretexting Provision as well as additional detail on the Financial Privacy and Safeguards rules
The GLBA training course is divided into the modules listed below. The first module provides the rationale behind the Act and its rules, including the Pretexting Provision. The next two modules provide more detail on the Financial Privacy and Safeguards rules.
Module 1: Introduction to the GLBA
Module 2: The Financial Privacy Rule
Module 3: The Safeguards Rule
Module 4: Course Summary and Assessment
Upon Completion, Learners will be Able to
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