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Presidential Focus Series Week 1 Roundup: Protecting Consumer Data

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FOCUS VIDEO: The Bipartisan Data Security Act (H.R. 2205 & S. 961)

This week, as part of our 2016 Presidential Focus Series, we sat down with members of Congress to discuss the need for a strong national standard in protecting consumers from thieves....

Snapping Consumers Out of the Data Security Malaise

Desensitize: To cause someone to react less to or be less affected by something. Syn: Deaden, numb, blunt.

In the context of how consumers feel when they hear of yet another major data breach that’s compromised some aspect of their personal information, I’d add the following: frustrated, angry, resigned, worried.

FSR LAUNCHES 2016 PRESIDENTIAL FOCUS SERIES

FSR Calls on Presidential Candidates to Focus on Plans to Help Consumers Washington, D.C.—In the lead up to the 2016 Republican and Democratic national conventions, the Financial Services Roundtable (FSR)...

FSR ENCOURAGES SENATE TO USE ITS AUTHORITY TO PROTECT RETIREMENT SAVERS

FSR today joined a broad spectrum of financial services trade associations urging the U.S. Senate to use its authority and disapprove of the Department of Labor’s (DoL) fiduciary rule that could impact the ability of many Americans to save for retirement.

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