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European Atherosclerosis Society.
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If they do, they're required to develop, implement and maintain a written identity theft prevention program.
Creditors must develop an identity theft prevention program for any "covered account." A covered account is an account primarily for personal, family or household purposes that involves or is designed to permit multiple payments or transactions, or any other account for which there is a reasonably foreseeable risk to customers or to the safety and soundness of the financial institution or creditor from identity theft, including financial, operational, compliance, reputation or litigation risks.
The External Theft Prevention program takes about 45 minutes to complete, is available online in an interactive format and comes with a printable study guide for future reference.
The rule requires written identity theft prevention and detection programs that will protect consumers.
Then of course, with respect to the last five years of manufacturers, many companies are putting more auto theft prevention or anti-theft technology and devices into cars.
To combat this and coincide with National Identity Theft Prevention Week, Staples at the Metro Retail Park is holding a security advice workshop for customers tomorrow from 11am to 5pm.
Jessica Corey, a commanding officer in the New York Police Department's Crime Prevention Division, recently led a seminar on identity theft prevention at the New York Police Museum for the officers of Classic Security assigned to the Swig Equities building portfolio.
The service also offers free access to an educational website containing current news and information about identity theft prevention and best practice defenses.
Because the technology is also recognized by Customs officials and makes shipments eligible for special "green lane" clearance, cargo moves through channels more quickly and leads to additional savings via reductions in inventory, reductions in out-of-stocks, shorter lead times, and reductions in administrative costs, in addition to theft prevention.
The Award recognizes a law enforcement officer or agent who has "performed exceptional services to the rental industry through the recovery of rental equipment or through theft prevention initiatives" in each award year.
Frank, Esq., "Identity Theft Prevention and Survival," http://www.identitytheft.org; accessed October 9, 2001.