WASHINGTON — Credit union employees who want help in devisingtheir plans to combat identity theft can attend NAFCU's Oct. 1Webinar on the subject.

The event, which features NCUA attorney Regina Metz, is designedto help credit unions comply with the Nov. 1 deadline fordeveloping and implementing an identity theft prevention programboth for new and existing accounts. The program must includereasonable policies and procedures for detecting, preventing andmitigating identity theft.

Metz, who has been with the agency since 1998, will discuss howeasily criminals gain access to member information and detail therequirements credit unions' identity theft programs must meet tocomply with the new law

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