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Thursday, October 01, 2009

The FTC's Red Flags Rule: Is Your Company Required to Have an Identity Theft Prevention Program by November 1, 2009?

Kanabay, Kate. "The FTC's Red Flags Rule: Is Your Company Required to Have an Identity Theft Prevention Program by November 1, 2009?" Horwood Marcus & Berk Client Alert. October 2009.

>On November 1, 2009, the Red Flags Rule will go into effect. "Red Flags" refer to signs of potential identity theft which the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will require many businesses to detect and report with regard to their customers' and vendors' accounts.

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