The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) Made Simple
As an employee of a financial institution, you have ethical and legal responsibilities to protect the privacy and security of your customers’ non-public personal information. Several sections of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 (the GLBA) establish the legal standards by which you must safeguard this information. This course helps organizations build trust and loyalty among customers by teaching employees to comply with the GBLA and protect customer data. This course starts by defining and explaining how a the GLBA defines a “financial institution” and “non-public personal information.” There are three main sources of non-public personal information, which are detailed here. The GLBA also has three sections specifically dealing with protecting non-public personal information: The Financial Privacy Rule, the Safeguard Rule, and the Pretexting provisions. This course provides information on these topics, as well as matters concerning oversight, security breaches, and legal consequences. Utilize the materials provided in this training video and understand your requirements under the GLBA.