On-Demand Replay

Did you want to catch a live CDIA broadcast but didn’t have the time?

CDIA Webinars & Teleseminars feature some of the industry’s leading experts discussing the most pertinent legal and regulatory issues in our ecosystem. Given the unprecedented legal and regulatory challenges facing our industry, it is essential to be in the know.

Here’s your chance to access our past events on demand replay of an event at your convenience! The replay file as well as the handout material will be emailed to you approximately 48 hours after the event.

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EACH ON-DEMAND SESSION IS $165 

Visualizing the 2022 Political Landscape (Jan 2022)

On-Demand: FTC Expands Safeguards Rule to Address Cybersecurity Risks & Privacy (Dec 2021)

On-Demand: Regulatory Changes Pave the Way for a New Era of Consumer Protection  (Nov 2021)

On-Demand: Post Accommodation Reporting under CARES Act (Aug 2021)

On-Demand: CDIA State Legislative Update (Aug 2021)

On-Demand: Supreme Court Decision: TransUnion v. Ramirez – A CDIA Webinar (June 2021)

On-Demand: New Directions at the CFPB & FTC (May 2021)

On Demand: A Changing Landscape: Supervision, Examination, and Enforcement in the Credit Reporting Industry (April 2021)

On Demand: CFPB Taskforce on Federal Consumer Law Report- What Does it Mean for You? (March 2021)

On Demand: Congressional Outlook: Impact on the Consumer Reporting Ecosystem (February 2021)

On Demand: Post Accommodations Under the CARES Act (January 2021)

A State of Transition: CDIA Post-Election Outlook (January 2021)

CDIA Pre-Election Outlook (October 2020)

On-Demand: 2020 CDIA State Legislative Update (September 2020)

On-Demand FTC to Ramp Up GLBA Safeguards Rule (August 2020)

On-Demand: The Downside of Credit Score Protection Bills (August 2020)

On-Demand Credit Reporting Guidance Under the CARES Act (July 2020)

On Demand: The Future of Identity (May 2020)

On Demand: The CARES Act: Modifications to Data Furnishers’ FCRA Obligations (April 2020)

On Demand: Understanding the Complexities & Challenges of Bankruptcy Reporting (November 2019)