A new year means new opportunities – but also new updates to compliance requirements and potential security threats. Here are the top 5 security industry trends for the accounts receivables space in 2016: 1) 2015 State Data Breach Notification Requirements Will Continue to Expand In 2015, approximately 32 states thus far have considered security breach notification bills […]
Last week the FTC announced that they had entered into a $100 Million Settlement with LifeLock to settle charges that it had violated a 2010 Court Order. At first blush one would think that this case has no applicability to the ARM industry. LifeLock isn’t a credit grantor. Lifelock isn’t a debt collector. But, in the words of ESPN’s College Football Analyst, Lee Corso: “Not so fast my friend!” Sometimes all is not what it seems.
Wixom, Mich. – “Trends to Watch for 2016”, a Webinar sponsored by RevSpring, will occur on November 12 at 2 p.m. EST. It will explore the major communication technology trends that will impact the credit and receivables industries in the coming year. The Webinar will dig into three key topics: Electronic Signatures IVR to Boost Payments […]
Phoenix, Ariz. – BillingTree® today announced it has once again successfully passed the PCI-DSS audit, this year audited under the new PCI 3.0 standards. The new PCI-DSS is designed with an increased focus on operational standards, security and training to provide greater clarity, flexibility and ease of implementation for vendors. The latest announcement is a continuation […]
Editor’s note: While this may seem like a sports story, it’s really an excellent lesson in data security for any firm. And yet it’s accessible because it’s, well, a sports story …with some intrigue.
Even if you aren’t one of the “big guys” you’ll want to be sure to keep yourself out of the headlines. Here are four things that the big agencies do to stay compliant and grow, which you can easily adopt.
On May 7, 2015 at 2 p.m. EDT RevSpring will host its next webinar, “Conducting an Enterprise Risk Assessment.”
RMS-Recovery Management Services, Inc. (RMS) is pleased to announce they recently engaged KirkpatrickPrice to conduct an independent audit to evaluate RMS’ controls for SSAE 16 Type II, PCI DSS, and NIST Standards.
The FTC Monday announced that it has reached final settlements with two debt portfolio brokers for disclosing too much personal information about debtors in online postings marketing their portfolios for sale. The FTC announced the cases last year, and today’s announcement highlighted new security requirements for the brokers going forward.
With identity theft and consumer fraud rising, and more frequent and sizable data breaches in the news, consumers need more protection than ever.