ARE YOU TAKING UNNECESSARY RISKS WITH YOUR CUSTOMERS' PII?
As a lender, you are entrusted with large amounts of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) about your consumers and, according to several federal statutes protecting PII,** you are responsible for the security of that data. As the originating creditor, you likely have security and access protocols in place to protect this data while it remains inside your organization. But what happens when you sell or place your nonperforming accounts on the secondary market? Is your consumer’s PII still protected?