If a financial institution discovers a crime or fraud and wants to notify law enforcement, what if anything is needed before records/documents are turned over to help with the investigation?
Several years ago there was a formula that was given during some security training which was used to determine how many full time employees you needed in the Security Department. I have been trying to locate this but haven't been able to find it my notes or here on BOL. Can you send me the formula please?
I am being told I do not need to report to the Board annually on Security. Is this true and, if so, when did that change?
We are $1.5 billion in assets. Which department is typical to do fingerprinting and ID Theft/ Red Flags?
What can we use to try to help educate customers about warning signs of identity theft?