The highly anticipated 2024 Consumer Data Connect Agenda promises an enriching lineup, featuring today’s most important topics, insights from legal experts, influential thought leaders, regulators, and officials from throughout the consumer data industry, its an agenda you won’t want to miss!

Learn more about the newest sessions added to the agenda below.

DECODING THE CFPB’S VISION: A Sneak Peek into the Upcoming FCRA Rulemaking
Join us for this essential session, featuring top legal experts Melissa Baal Guidorizzi, Partner, Orrick, Andrew Smith, Partner, Covington, David Silberman, former Associate Director for Research, Markets and Regulations, CFPB and Dan Smith, President & CEO at CDIA, as we delve into the upcoming rulemaking by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). This session will provide a comprehensive analysis of the proposed regulations, particularly focusing on key areas such as the classification of data brokers as consumer reporting agencies, the treatment of credit header data, and the clarification of permissible purposes for consumer reports.

Through in-depth discussions led by esteemed legal practitioners, attendees will gain valuable insights into the potential implications of these proposals on businesses, consumers, and regulatory compliance. Join us as we navigate through the intricacies of the proposed rulemaking and its significance in shaping the future of fair and accurate credit reporting practices.

SAFEGUARDING CONSUMER INTERESTS: The Crucial Role of Credit Header Record Data in Identity Protection & Fraud Prevention

As the landscape of consumer financial protection evolves, the debate surrounding the classification of certain consumer information, particularly ‘credit header data,’ intensifies. In this session, top experts will explore the crucial role of this information in safeguarding consumers against identity theft and fraud.

Join top experts including James Lee, COO, Identity Theft Resource CenterJeremy Grant, Managing Director of Technology Business Strategy, Venable LLC, and Ken Meiser, Vice President of Market and Industry Insight, LexisNexis Risk Solutions, as they delve into the intricacies of header record data and its pivotal importance in consumer identity protection and fraud prevention. Against the backdrop of ongoing regulatory developments, we’ll explore the implications of subjecting these practices to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and its potential impact on consumer protection measures.

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