Compliance Laws - Banking

How Athena Archiver Helps Banks with Compliance Concerns
Athena Archiver assists banks with compliance for federal banking laws, regulations, and regulatory compliance as it pertains to the archiving of email.

Athena Archiver assists banks in complying with the following regulatory compliance in the following ways:

Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLBA)
The GLBA was signed in 1999 and became fully effective on July 1, 2001. The law applies to banks, brokerage firms, tax preparation companies, insurance companies, consumer credit reporting agencies and a wide variety of other financial services firms. Violations of the GLBA may result in a fine of up to $100,000 dollars and 5 years in jail. The primary focus of the GLBA is the protection of customers' personal financial information. Learn More

OCC Advisory: Electronic Record Keeping
Banks should implement an electronic record retention system to allow litigation, audits, bank supervision, and compliance with laws & regulations. Systems should also prevent external access by third parties, and provide back-up, internal controls, record destruction and record retention. Learn More

FDIC Advisory: Information Technology Risk Mgmt Program
Requires encryption of electronic customer information while in transit or in storage. Learn More

Related Downloads

This document describes how Athena Archiver helps you meet compliance regulations for Banking.

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This document describes how Athena Archiver helps you meet the compliance regulations of the GLBA.

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OCC Advisory Electronic Record Keeping

OCC Advisory (Electronic Record Keeping)
This document is a copy of the OCC Advisory Law.

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FDIC Advisory: Information Technology Risk Mgmt Program
Interagency Guidelines Establishing Information Security Standards
Small-Entity Compliance Guide

Download FDIC Advisory .PDF

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