Privacy, Financial Services and the Fair Credit Reporting Act Examined at IAPP D.C. Summit
FCRA Experts, Architects to Speak on Privacy Implications at February Gathering
Philadelphia, PA, January 13, 2004 – The effect of privacy and the Fair Credit Reporting Act
(FCRA) on financial services will be a focus of discussion during the International Association of
Privacy Professionals (IAPP) 2004 Privacy & Data Security Summit & Expo. Federal, industry,
and legal experts will hold in-depth sessions and answer questions pertaining to the scope of
regulations dictating privacy protection in financial services. Speakers on this vital issue include
Joel Winston, Associate Director, Division of Financial Practices, Federal Trade Commission;
Jeremiah S. Buckley, Partner, Goodwin Proctor, the Electronic Financial Services Council; Joanne
McNabb, Chief, California Office of Privacy Protection; Gail Ann Magnuson, Security and
Privacy Offering Manager, EDS; Anne Wallace, Project Executive, Financial Services Roundtable;
and Peter L. McCorkell, Senior Counsel, Wells Fargo Bank, NA.
The IAPP Privacy and Data Protection Summit will take place February 18 – 20 at the
Washington Renaissance Hotel in Washington, DC.
“Privacy professionals are dealing with a minefield of financial privacy issues, and it is of the
utmost importance that they gain a deep understanding of the many aspects of GLBA, FCRA and
other laws that will effect their industries,” said Trevor Hughes, IAPP executive director. “We’ve
brought together a slate of experts with the most comprehensive understanding and expertise in
privacy and financial services available to give Summit attendees a competitive advantage in this
key aspect of the privacy profession.”
Sponsored by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, the conference will feature
the latest guidance on spam, identity theft, federal and state privacy activities, healthcare and
financial privacy, as well as security, technology, and marketing issues. The conference will feature
leading speakers from the FTC, DHS, and Treasury Department; as well as top privacy
professionals from IBM, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Microsoft, AOL, Countrywide, Hewlett-Packard,
Nationwide, eBay, AT&T Wireless, USPS, Eastman Kodak, and Wells Fargo Bank.
For More Information:
IAPP Privacy & Data Security Summit & Expo
February 18 – 20, 2004
Washington Renaissance Hotel, Washington, DC
SPONSOR AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION:
For sponsor, exhibitor and registration information, please visit the IAPP website at
www.privacyassociation.org or contact the IAPP National Office (800-266-6501).
ABOUT THE IAPP
The IAPP is the world's leading association of privacy and security professionals. With more than
1,000 individual and corporate members, the IAPP defines and supports the profession of privacy
by being a forum for interaction, education, and discussion across industries. Further information
on the IAPP can be found at www.privacyassociation.org.