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Synonyms for privacy

the quality of being secluded from the presence or view of others

the condition of being concealed or hidden

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However, a few very large institutions used GLBA to develop holding companies, most notably Citigroup and Travelers, and JP Morgan and Chase.
Those activities were already permissible prior to GLBA.
The intent of the GLBA is to protect the customers of financial institutions from invasions of their privacy.
Gregory, who wrote the opinion in which Luttig concurred, said Cline and the insurers "are correct in their assertion that the GLBA does not give the OCC express power of interpretation.
The GLBA aims to: 1) provide financial services companies with a more level playing field, 2) allow U.
Our customers look to us for guidance on how to ease the burden of this process, now with our Information Security Review and the GLBA MAP together, we can exceed audit and examiner expectations.
For a bank holding company to become a financial holding company and take advantage of the new powers granted by GLBA, all of its depository institution subsidiaries must be well capitalized and well managed and have at least a "satisfactory" rating under the Community Reinvestment Act.
To support the growing need for compliance and outbound message processing, the new releases provide built-in clientless encryption and policies for HIPAA and GLBA to prevent confidential information leakage from within.
The new GLBA software program will provide Diebold customers with a comprehensive security risk analysis and management tool that identifies and analyzes the assets, threats, vulnerabilities, losses and safeguards of information and physical resources.
In GLBA, Congress included protections that allowed consumers to determine when personal financial information could be shared among financial service institutions.
In addition, the GLBA authorized the agencies to issue joint rules implementing the FCRA.
In addition to internal policy objectives, IT organizations are subject to an ever increasing number of government regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) 404, GLBA and HIPAA, and to various industry mandates such as FFIEC, PCI or ITIL and more.
With the abundance of GLBA related requirements currently facing community banks, IBB recognized a need for clear understanding and thorough guidance in performing assessments and building policies to meet GLBA regulatory requirements.
The GLBA amends the Electronic Fund Transfer Act by requiring ATM operators that impose fees on consumers who hold accounts at other institutions to post a prominent and conspicuous notice of that fact on or near the ATM.