FDIC necessarily collects, maintains, uses, discloses, and disposes of large amounts of personally identifiable information (PII) to carry out missions mandated by Federal statute. The resources below provide more about how the FDIC protects your privacy. The foundation for many of the privacy laws and policies applicable to the FDIC is the Fair Information Practice Principles (FIPPs).
FDIC Privacy Documentation
FDIC Privacy Regulations
- Privacy of Consumer Financial Information (Part 332)
- Frequently Asked Questions for the Privacy Regulation
- Right to Financial Privacy Act
- For information on FDIC cybersecurity practices, visit the Cybersecurity page.
- For a comprehensive list of Federal laws related to privacy, visit the Federal Privacy Council's Law Library page (fpc.gov).
- For a comprehensive list of OMB guidance related to Privacy, visit Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (whitehouse.gov), Office of Management and Budget (whitehouse.gov).