Five Key Steps to Developing an Information Security Program




*Take the Time to Comprehensively Evaluate the Company’s Legal Obligations...3

*Review What You Need to Accomplish...6

*Choose an Information Security Coordinator/Team...7

*Start With What You Have...8

*Evaluate Potential Threats and Adopt Reasonable Security Measures to Combat Them...10

*Appendix A - Massachusetts Identity Theft Laws & Regulations...14

*Appendix B - Federal Red Flags Rules...18

*FTC Guidelines to Compliance with Red Flags Rules...21

*Supplement A to Appendix A...26

*About Foley Hoag LLP...30

*About the Security and Privacy Practice...30

*Gabriel M. Helmer...31

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