The federal bank and thrift regulatory agencies today invited public comment on an interagency proposal to require financial institutions to adopt measures for properly disposing of consumer information derived from credit reports. Current law requires financial institutions to protect customer information by implementing information security programs. The proposed rules would require institutions to make adjustments to their information security programs to properly dispose of the types of consumer information that are not already protected. This would include information from credit reports about a financial institution's employee or about an individual whose application for a product or service is denied. The agencies' proposal would implement a section of the Fair and Accurate Cre...
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