Register for this series at any time and gain access to all previous content—included with ACA’s Training Zone, and access ACA International’s Safeguards Rule Resource Center for more information before Dec. 9.
10/17/2022 2:45 P.M.
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Come Dec. 9, 2022, the Federal Trade Commission is requiring compliance with changes to the Safeguards Rule, which address the security of consumers’ financial information. Are you ready?
ACA International has the resources to help through the ACA How: Safeguards Rule Implementation Series, running through Dec. 26, which includes well balanced, and curated, 30-minute educational webinars and Q&A sessions. Register now and don’t miss out on the upcoming sessions, especially the Q&A portion, which are not recorded.
Jennifer Whipple, ACA board member and president of Collection Bureau Services Inc., explains why her team has found the series helpful.
To continue learning about the Safeguards Rule, ACA is offering members the opportunity to purchase access to the full series, including interactive Q&A sessions where you can get answers from experts on your specific data security questions.
The six technical sessions—and each of the hosted Q&A sessions—are free for Training Zone subscribers.
The sooner you register for the series, the more you will get out of it. While most of the webinars will be recorded, remember the nine Q&A sessions will not be recorded. So register now for more opportunities to consult with experienced data security professionals and get your questions answered!
For even more resources, visit ACA’s online Safeguards Rule Resource Center, where you can read the text of the amended rule as well as articles breaking down compliance with it, check out the FTC’s compliance guide for small businesses and access our new education offerings.
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