Partner Phillip Maltin (Los Angeles) and Senior Counsel Stacey Cooper (San Diego) will provide a general session presentation at the Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals' Club and Hotel Controllers Conference on Wednesday, June 23. Their seminar focuses on the enforcement of rules regarding identity theft red flags under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act of 2003 (FACTA).
FACTA's "red flag rules" require businesses to implement written identity theft prevention programs designed to protect consumers. The uncertainty of how the federal government will enforce FACTA makes it critical for businesses to know the FACTA basics. Attendees will learn how to create anti-identity theft policies that track the "red flag rules." Compliance is not only a good business practice, it is also essential to insulate against the steep penalties for violating FACTA.
Learn what the FTC will look for in identity theft prevention programs.
Know how to identify the red flags and how to respond when they arise.
Find out how to protect against the plaintiffs' bar that scavenges for the next big class action lawsuit.
Learn how a proper identity theft protection program and prevention can create loyalty among customers.
Wednesday, June 23
Time of FACTA Compliance Seminar
8:00 am - 9:15 am
Orange County Convention Center
North/South Building, South Concourse
Register on-line here.