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CFPB Probe into Capital One Credit Card Marketing Results in $140 Million Consumer Refund

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced its first public enforcement action with an order requiring Capital One Bank (U.S.A.), N.A. to refund approximately $140 million to two million customers and pay an additional $25 million penalty. This action results from a CFPB examination that identified deceptive marketing tactics used by Capital One’s vendors to pressure or mislead consumers into paying for “add-on products” such as payment protection and credit monitoring when they activated their credit cards.

“Today’s action puts $140 million back in the pockets of two million Capital One customers who were pressured or misled into buying credit card products they didn’t understand, didn’t want, or in some cases, couldn’t even use,” said CFPB Director Richard Cordray. “We are putting companies on notice that these deceptive practices are against the law and will not be tolerated.”

Through the supervision process, CFPB’s examiners discovered Capital One’s call-center vendors engaged in deceptive tactics to sell the company’s credit card add-on products. These products included “payment protection,” which allows consumers to request that the bank cancel up to 12 months of minimum payments – roughly one percent of their credit card balance – if they encounter certain life events like unemployment and temporary disability. It also provides debt forgiveness in the event of death or permanent disability. Another product was “credit monitoring,” with services such as identity-theft protection, access to “credit education specialists,” and, in some cases, daily monitoring and notification.

Consumers with low credit scores or low credit limits were offered these products by Capital One’s call-center vendors when they called to have their new credit cards activated. As part of the high-pressure tactics Capital One representatives used to sell these add-on products, consumers were:

  • Misled about the benefits of the products: Consumers were sometimes led to believe that the product would improve their credit scores and help them increase the credit limit on their Capital One credit card.
  • Deceived about the nature of the products: Consumers were not always told that buying the products was optional. In other cases, consumers were wrongly told they were required to purchase the product in order to receive full information about it, but that they could cancel the product if they were not satisfied. Many of these consumers later had difficulty canceling when they called to do so.
  • Misled about eligibility: Although most of the payment protection benefits kicked in when consumers became disabled or lost a job, some call center representatives marketed and sold the product to ineligible unemployed and disabled consumers. Despite paying the full fees, they could not get all the benefits of payment protection; some later filed claims that were denied because their “loss” (e.g. loss of job or onset of disability) occurred prior to enrollment.
  • Misinformed about cost of the products: Consumers were sometimes led to believe that they would be enrolling in a free product rather than making a purchase.
  • Enrolled without their consent: Some call center vendors processed the add-on product purchases without the consumer’s consent. Consumers were then automatically billed for the product and often had trouble cancelling the product when they called to do so.

Enforcement Action
Pursuant to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, the CFPB has the authority to issue Consent Orders and take action against institutions engaging in unfair, deceptive, or abusive practices. To ensure that all affected consumers are repaid and that consumers are no longer subject to these misleading and high-pressure tactics, Capital One has agreed to:

  • End deceptive marketing: Capital One has ceased all marketing of these products, and will not resume doing so until Capital One submits a compliance plan, acceptable to the Bureau, which helps ensure these unlawful acts do not occur in the future.
  • Complete repayment, plus interest, to two million consumers: Capital One will pay approximately $140 million to all of the estimated two million consumers who either initially enrolled in a product on or after August 1, 2010, or who tried to cancel a product on or after August 1, 2010, but were persuaded to keep the product after speaking with a call center representative. In addition to the amount paid for the product, cardmembers will receive a refund of the associated finance charges, any over-the-limit fees resulting from the charge for the product, and interest.
  • Pay claims denied based on ineligibility at enrollment: For any of these eligible consumers whose payment protection claims were previously denied because their loss occurred prior to enrollment (because of unemployment, disability, etc.), Capital One will pay their claims as if they had been eligible, if that amount is greater than the refund for that consumer.
  • Convenient repayment for consumers: If the consumers are still Capital One customers, they will receive a credit to their accounts. If they are no longer a Capital One credit card holder, they will receive a check in the mail. Consumers are not required to take any action to receive their credit or check.
  • Independent audit: Compliance with the terms of this agreement will be assured through the work of an independent auditor, who will determine if Capital One has complied with the CFPB’s Consent Order.
  • $25 million penalty: Capital One will make a $25 million penalty payment to the CFPB’s Civil Penalty Fund.

Today’s action is being taken in coordination with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), which is separately ordering restitution of approximately $150 million from Capital One. This amount includes the same $140 million refund to be paid to the approximately two million customers harmed by the deceptive marketing practices identified by the CFPB’s examiners. The OCC’s order also includes separate restitution for additional consumers harmed by unfair billing practices taking place between May 2002 and June 2011 in violation of Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Act. For the combined activity, the OCC is assessing a $35 million civil money penalty against Capital One.

In conjunction with today’s enforcement action, the Bureau is releasing two Consumer Advisories. One advisory is intended to make Capital One customers aware of today’s action and the other serves as a general warning to consumers who may encounter such deceptive practices.

Complaints received by the CFPB indicate – and the Bureau’s supervisory experience confirms – that other consumers have been misled by the marketing and sales practices associated with credit card add-on products. To further protect consumers, the Bureau is issuing a compliance bulletin that puts other institutions on notice that the CFPB will not tolerate deceptive marketing practices, and institutions will be held responsible for the actions of their third-party vendors. Companies engaging in deceptive practices will be expected to refund fees paid by consumers and, particularly where practices are widespread, pay an appropriate penalty.

The full text of the CFPB’s Consent Order is available at: https://files.consumerfinance.gov/f/201207_cfpb_consent_order_0001.pdf

A factsheet on the Consent Order is available at: https://files.consumerfinance.gov/f/201207_cfpb_ending_deceptive_marketing_practices.pdf

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OCC Assesses $80 Million Civil Money Penalty Against Capital One

WASHINGTON—The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) today assessed an $80 million civil money penalty against Capital One, N.A., and Capital One Bank (USA), N.A.

The OCC took these actions based on the bank's failure to establish effective risk assessment processes prior to migrating significant information technology operations to the public cloud environment and the bank's failure to correct the deficiencies in a timely manner. In taking this action, the OCC positively considered the bank's customer notification and remediation efforts. While the OCC encourages responsible innovation in all banks it supervises, sound risk management and internal controls are critical to ensuring bank operations remain safe and sound and adequately protect their customers. The OCC found the noted deficiencies to constitute unsafe or unsound practices and resulted in noncompliance with 12 C.F.R. Part 30, Appendix B, "Interagency Guidelines Establishing Information Security Standards."

The OCC penalty will be paid to the U.S. Treasury.

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This story includes interviews with Capital One’s Skip Potter, Joshua Greenough, Evelyn Huang, and CIO, Rob Alexander.

Log in to your account, check balance, find a branch, wait for assistance, repeat.

When it comes to online banking, the typical user experience is pretty mundane. But corporate bank Capital One is using its four-story, San Francisco lab to experiment with hopes of breaking the slow-iterating bank mold.

Experimenting With Mobile Banking

Upon opening its San Francisco doors in 2012, Capital One Labs was looking at ways to enable point of sale for small businesses through its growing iPad user base.

Within six weeks of building a prototype and shopping it around, they decided to partner with Sail, VeriFone’s mobile card-swiping device, to enable point of sale for small businesses. “That became the sale acquisition and it is the essence of our Spark Pay product that is now on the market,” says Skip Potter, Capital One’s vice president of engineering.

Before they decided to partner, they built. Their first attempt at tech was Capital One’s two-month pilot Sure Swipe–a verification feature which Potter says became the entire base for Capital One’s mobile app after only a couple of months.

Another lab-led experiment was figuring out a way for customers to more easily cash in their rewards points, says senior director of technology innovation, Joshua Greenough.

“We built a little prototype that we affectionately called ‘Rewardly,’ in the lab and tested it out in a number of markets, and a number of iterations,” Greenough says. “We learned a lot.

In the process Greenough realized a connection problem while the entire app initially ran server side. “Wi-Fi connection or the 3G connection was terrible–you were waving this thing in front of it, needing more bars to check the points balance.”

“It has gone from little tiny thing, test it, iterate it, learned, failed, started again, fixed, kept going, failed again, fixed,” he says.

Café 360, Where the Magic Happens

Wanting to quickly check balances was a common question posed by café goers and passersby when asked what frustrated them most with banking apps.

Step into the labs’ first floor where real-time customer experimentation meets free coffee. It’s an open place for people to come to meet, work, grab a coffee… and pay their bill. It’s a place where baristas take drink orders and banking requests.

The two-story café acts as somewhat of an unexpected testing ground and even an informal incubator, where Wi-Fi seekers work and often end up test-driving Capital One’s Spark Pay products into their own small businesses at any point of the day.

“We have a conversation and it really brings that customer to the forefront of the pilots, and the incubation of the innovation that we are doing, rather than starting with MVP or something like that,” Greenough says. “They become beta customers. Free coffee surprisingly generates that.”

The café is also used to hold events like hackathons, Women Who Code events, and even Steve Wozniak speaker series. The team says they hope to utilize the bustling café space as an open-sourced hub and recruiting tool through partnerships with local organizations like the Stanford design school.

“We would love to figure out how we can leverage our space for some of the research they are doing,” Greenough says. “Amp lab has generated some really amazing open source tools–that is something that we really want to directly join the momentum. If we could do that, if we could be their hub in the city–that could be quite fun.”

Hacking a High-Density Work Space

With a perimeter workspace that hangs on the corner of San Francisco’s financial district–where half of the lab is a café–designers had to ditch traditional office design and start from scratch.

Design strategy director Evelyn Huang says the lab adopted “Design Thinking” strategy to make grandiose use of little space. From modular furniture to hardware tools in multiple places, every area is an experimenting zone.

“Yes, you need space, yes you need tools, but people thrive on being able to grab things from different spaces,” she says.

Potter says transferable furniture and sliceable tables are important for brainstorming projects in the high-density property. “I have seen Evelyn run some workshops here where there were probably eight teams running in this little space here working on their own little projects. I am just amazed that we could fit that many folks in here and still have it be a productive space.”

Another plus for modular design–eavesdropping, says Huang. “You want people to steal ideas from each other because that is how good stuff is made,” she says. “This is so open, and yet you can create your own walls.”

On the third floor, you’ll find a MakerBot for modeling things like pay dongles and an Oculus Rift for augmenting banking interfaces of the future.

Other labs’ locations have soldering material, 3-D printers, Arduinos, and Pis to experiment with the latest hardware a potential banking client might use, says Greenough “We sometimes have contests around doing applications on a Raspberry Pi,” he says. “That is as much about launching a new product into the future as practicing it.”

Huang says from day one, the lab was designed by the whole team–designers or not. Due to its success, mobile leads are now involved in the design process at other Capital One locations, kicking out corporate traditions of designer-exclusive real estate.

Rethinking Banking Behavior

Beyond the physical space of the lab, more people at Capital One are looking to the labs for design thinking for both service and major functions, says Huang.

Capital One’s CIO Rob Alexander says new data tools retrieved from the labs–such as the Bundle acquisition–have quickly help them evaluate how customers interact with credit cards across the company. With Bundle, instead of seeing a unintelligible combination of letters and numbers on your credit card statement, a merchant logo and name shows up for each transaction.

“In the late 1980’s when this company started and this idea of data-driven experimenting emerged, the tools to do this were fairly limited,” Potter says. “We really had to build a company around this whole notion of large-scale testing in the mass market.”

Started as a company that provided analytics on aggregated spending and local data, Bundle’s data has contributed to the iPad apps’ UI, in a feature called called “Enhanced Transactions.”

Alexander says lab directors are also rethinking tools by looking to neighboring big data companies like Google and LinkedIn as they tried to figure out how to turn 3,000 statisticians into data scientists. “We are really transitioning from the old-world databases to technology skills but also a different kind of analyst–an analyst who, on the business side, is more facile and actually engages with the data.

Potter says that because of the labs, the company is also rethinking roles of product managers so that talent can achieve rockstar status without having to climb the corporate ladder.

“In the last three months, we have been looking at our technology talent and giving them a career trajectory that doesn’t need to be limited,” Alexander says. “That is why Josh, Skip, and a lot of folks you see are working on things that 10 years ago were not central to the mission of anything. Now, that is what our bank is becoming all about.”

It’s Capital One’s governance structure that lets experiments move fast from its labs to one of the most robust banking companies in a short period of time, Potter says.

“Rob, myself, and our COO meet monthly,” he says. “When you have that level of commitment at a senior level going, ‘I want to see what is going well, I want to see what you are delivering,’ that’s pretty awesome.”

Potter says it’s the structure that attracted himself and Greenough to the company when the labs opened two years ago and it’s the pitch they give today. “We’ll say, ‘Hey we are a lab but we’ve got 65 million customers that you can go have an impact on–would you like to do that?’”

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CFPB Probe into Capital One Credit Card Marketing Results in $140 Million Consumer Refund

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced its first public enforcement action with an order requiring Capital One Bank (U.S.A.), N.A. to refund approximately $140 million to two million customers www capital one banking pay an additional $25 million penalty. This action results from a CFPB examination that identified deceptive marketing tactics used by First bankcard scheels login One’s vendors 1 bedroom apartment san jose ca pressure or mislead consumers into paying for “add-on products” such as payment protection and credit monitoring when they activated their credit cards.

“Today’s action puts $140 million back in the pockets of two million Capital One customers who were pressured or misled into buying credit card products they didn’t understand, didn’t want, or in some cases, couldn’t even use,” said CFPB Director Richard Cordray. “We are putting companies on notice that these deceptive practices are against the law and will not be tolerated.”

Through the supervision process, CFPB’s examiners discovered Capital One’s call-center vendors engaged in deceptive tactics to sell the company’s credit card add-on products. These products included “payment protection,” which allows consumers to request that the bank cancel up to 12 months of minimum payments – www capital one banking one percent of their credit card balance – if they encounter certain life events like unemployment and temporary disability. It also provides debt forgiveness in the event of death or permanent disability. Another product was “credit monitoring,” with services such as identity-theft protection, access to “credit education specialists,” and, in some cases, daily monitoring and notification.

Consumers with low credit scores or low credit limits were offered these products by Capital One’s call-center vendors when they called to have their new credit cards activated. As part of the high-pressure tactics Capital One representatives used to sell these add-on products, consumers were:

  • Misled about the benefits of the products: Consumers were sometimes led to believe that the product would improve their credit scores and help them increase the credit limit on their Capital One credit card.
  • Deceived about the nature of the products: Consumers were not always told that buying the products was optional. In other cases, consumers were wrongly told they were required to purchase the product in order to receive full information about it, but that they could cancel the product if they were not satisfied. Many of these consumers later had difficulty canceling when they called to do so.
  • Misled about eligibility: Although most of the payment protection benefits kicked in when consumers became disabled or lost a job, some call center representatives marketed and sold the product to ineligible unemployed and disabled consumers. Despite paying the full fees, they could not get all the benefits of payment protection; some later filed claims that were denied because their “loss” (e.g. loss of job or onset of disability) occurred prior to enrollment.
  • Misinformed about cost of the products: Consumers were sometimes led to believe that they would be enrolling in a free product rather than making a purchase.
  • Enrolled without their consent: Some call center vendors processed the add-on product purchases without the consumer’s consent. Consumers were then automatically billed for the product and often had trouble cancelling the product when they called to do so.

Enforcement Action
Pursuant to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, the CFPB has the authority to issue Consent Orders and take action against institutions engaging in unfair, deceptive, or abusive practices. To ensure that all affected consumers are repaid and that consumers are no longer subject to these misleading and high-pressure tactics, Capital One has agreed to:

  • End deceptive marketing: Capital One has ceased all marketing of these products, and will not resume doing so until Capital One www capital one banking a compliance plan, acceptable to the Bureau, which helps ensure these unlawful acts do not occur in the future.
  • Complete repayment, plus interest, to two million consumers: Capital One will pay approximately $140 million to all of the estimated two million consumers who either initially enrolled in a product on or after August 1, 2010, or who tried to cancel a product on or after August 1, 2010, but were persuaded to keep the product after speaking with a call center representative. In addition to the amount paid for the product, cardmembers will receive a refund of the associated finance charges, www capital one banking over-the-limit fees resulting from the charge for the product, and interest.
  • Pay claims denied based on ineligibility at enrollment: For any of these eligible consumers whose payment protection claims were previously denied because their loss occurred prior to enrollment (because of unemployment, disability, etc.), Capital One will pay their claims as if they had been eligible, if that amount is greater than the refund for that consumer.
  • Convenient repayment for consumers: If the consumers are still Capital One customers, they will receive a credit to their accounts. If they are no longer a Capital One credit card holder, they will receive a check in the mail. Consumers are not required to take any action to receive their credit or check.
  • Independent audit: Compliance with the terms of this agreement will be assured through the work of an independent auditor, who will determine if Capital One has complied with the CFPB’s Consent Order.
  • $25 million penalty: Capital One will make a $25 million penalty payment to the CFPB’s Civil Penalty Fund.

Today’s action is being taken in coordination with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), which is separately ordering restitution of approximately $150 million from Capital One. This amount includes the same $140 million refund to be paid to the approximately two million customers harmed by the deceptive marketing practices identified by the CFPB’s examiners. The OCC’s order also includes separate restitution for additional consumers harmed by unfair billing practices taking place between May 2002 and June 2011 in violation of Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Act. For the combined activity, the OCC is assessing a $35 million civil money penalty against Capital One.

In www capital one banking with today’s enforcement action, the Bureau is releasing two Consumer Advisories. One advisory is intended to make Capital One customers aware of today’s action and the other serves as a general warning to consumers who may encounter such deceptive practices.

Complaints received by the CFPB indicate – www capital one banking the Bureau’s supervisory experience confirms – that other consumers have been misled by the marketing and sales practices associated with credit card add-on products. To further protect consumers, the Bureau is issuing a compliance bulletin that puts other institutions on notice that the CFPB will not tolerate deceptive marketing practices, and institutions will be held responsible for the actions of their third-party vendors. Companies engaging in deceptive practices will be expected to refund fees paid by consumers and, particularly where practices are widespread, pay an appropriate penalty.

The full text of the CFPB’s Consent Order is available at: https://files.consumerfinance.gov/f/201207_cfpb_consent_order_0001.pdf

A factsheet on the Consent Order is available at: https://files.consumerfinance.gov/f/201207_cfpb_ending_deceptive_marketing_practices.pdf

Источник: https://www.consumerfinance.gov/about-us/newsroom/cfpb-capital-one-probe/
Not FDIC Insured

By Jennifer Elias 6 minute Read

This story includes interviews with Capital One’s Skip Potter, Joshua Greenough, Evelyn Huang, and CIO, Rob Alexander.

Log in to your account, check balance, find a branch, wait for assistance, repeat.

When it comes to online banking, the typical user experience is pretty mundane. But corporate bank Capital One is using its four-story, San Francisco lab to experiment with hopes of breaking the slow-iterating bank mold.

Experimenting With Mobile Banking

Upon opening its San Francisco doors in 2012, Capital One Labs was looking at ways to enable point of sale for small businesses through its growing iPad user base.

Within six weeks of building a prototype and shopping it when does ally pay interest on savings, they decided to partner with Sail, VeriFone’s mobile card-swiping device, to enable point of sale for small businesses. “That became the sale acquisition and it is the essence of our Spark Pay product that is now on the market,” says Skip Potter, Capital One’s pueblo bank and trust online banking president of engineering.

Before they decided to partner, they built. Their first attempt at tech was Capital One’s two-month pilot Sure Swipe–a verification feature which Potter says became the entire base for Capital One’s mobile app after only a couple of months.

Another lab-led experiment was figuring out a way for customers to more easily cash in their rewards points, says senior director of technology innovation, Joshua Greenough.

“We built a little prototype that we affectionately called ‘Rewardly,’ in the lab and tested it out in a number of markets, and a number of iterations,” Greenough says. “We learned a lot.

In the process Greenough realized a connection problem while the entire app initially ran server side. “Wi-Fi connection or the 3G connection was terrible–you were waving this thing in front of it, needing more bars to check the points balance.”

“It has gone from little tiny thing, test it, iterate it, learned, failed, started again, fixed, kept going, failed again, fixed,” he says.

Café 360, Where the Magic Happens

Wanting to quickly check balances was a www capital one banking question posed by café goers and passersby when asked what frustrated them most with banking apps.

Step into the labs’ first floor where real-time customer experimentation meets free coffee. It’s an open place for people to come to meet, work, grab a coffee… and pay their bill. It’s a place where baristas take drink orders and banking requests.

The two-story café acts as somewhat of an unexpected testing ground and even an informal incubator, where Wi-Fi seekers work and often end up test-driving Capital One’s Spark Pay products into their own small businesses at any point of the day.

“We have a conversation and it really brings that customer to the forefront of the pilots, and the incubation of the innovation that we are doing, rather than starting with MVP or something like that,” Greenough says. “They become beta customers. Free coffee surprisingly generates that.”

The café is also used to hold events like hackathons, Women Who Code events, and even Steve Wozniak speaker series. The team send money via moneygram with credit card they hope to utilize the bustling café space as an open-sourced hub and recruiting tool through partnerships with local organizations like the Stanford design school.

“We would love to figure out how we can leverage our space for some of the research they are doing,” Greenough says. “Amp lab has generated some really amazing open source tools–that is something that we really want to directly join the momentum. If we could do that, if we could be their hub in the city–that could be quite fun.”

Hacking a High-Density Work Space

With a perimeter workspace that hangs on the corner of San Francisco’s financial district–where half of the lab is a café–designers had to ditch traditional office design and start from scratch.

Design strategy director Evelyn Huang says the lab adopted “Design Thinking” strategy to make grandiose use of little space. From modular furniture to hardware tools in multiple places, every area is an experimenting zone.

“Yes, you need space, yes you need tools, but people thrive on being able to grab things from different spaces,” she says.

Potter says transferable furniture and sliceable tables are important for brainstorming projects in the high-density property. “I have seen Evelyn run some workshops here where there were probably eight teams running in this little space here working on their own little projects. I am just amazed that we could fit that many folks in here and still have it be a productive space.”

Another plus for modular design–eavesdropping, says Huang. “You want people to steal ideas from each other because that is how good stuff is made,” she says. “This is so open, and yet you can create your own walls.”

On the third floor, you’ll find a MakerBot for modeling things like pay dongles and an Oculus Rift for augmenting banking interfaces of the future.

Other labs’ locations have soldering material, 3-D printers, Arduinos, and Pis to experiment with the latest hardware a potential banking client might use, says Greenough “We sometimes have contests around doing applications on a Raspberry Pi,” he says. “That is as much about launching a new product into the future as practicing it.”

Huang says from day one, the lab was designed by the whole team–designers or not. Due to its success, mobile leads are now involved in the design process at other Capital One locations, kicking out corporate traditions of designer-exclusive real estate.

Rethinking Banking Behavior

Beyond the physical space of the lab, more people at Capital One are looking to the labs for design thinking for both service and major functions, says Huang.

Capital One’s CIO Rob Alexander says new data tools retrieved from the labs–such as the Bundle acquisition–have quickly help them evaluate how customers interact with credit cards across the company. With Bundle, instead of seeing a unintelligible combination of letters and numbers on your credit card statement, a merchant logo and name shows up for each transaction.

“In the late 1980’s when this company started and this idea of data-driven experimenting emerged, the tools to do this were fairly limited,” Potter says. “We really had to build a company around this whole notion of large-scale testing in the mass market.”

Started as a company that provided analytics on aggregated spending and local data, Bundle’s data has contributed to the iPad apps’ UI, in a feature called called “Enhanced Transactions.”

Alexander says lab directors are also www woodforest com customer service tools by looking to neighboring big data companies like Google and LinkedIn as they tried to figure out how to turn 3,000 statisticians into data scientists. “We are really transitioning from the old-world databases to technology skills but also a different kind of analyst–an analyst who, on the business side, is more facile and actually engages with the data.

Potter says that because of the labs, the company is also rethinking roles of product managers so that talent can achieve rockstar status without having to climb the corporate ladder.

“In the last three months, we have been looking at our technology talent and giving them a career trajectory that doesn’t need www capital one banking be limited,” Alexander says. “That is why Josh, Skip, and a lot of folks you see are working on things that 10 years ago were not central to the mission of anything. Citibank credit card enquiry phone number, that is what our bank is becoming all about.”

It’s Capital One’s governance structure that lets experiments move fast from its labs to one of the most robust banking companies in a short period of time, Potter says.

“Rob, myself, and our COO meet monthly,” he says. “When you have that level of commitment at a senior level going, ‘I want to see what is going well, I want to see what you are delivering,’ that’s pretty awesome.”

Potter says it’s the structure that attracted himself and Greenough to the company when the labs opened two years ago and it’s the pitch they give today. “We’ll say, ‘Hey we are a lab but we’ve got 65 million customers that you can go have an impact on–would you like to do that?’”

Источник: https://www.fastcompany.com/3034618/why-capital-one-labs-is-banking-on-experimentation

Capital One to pay $80 million fine after data breach

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Capital One Financial Corp COF.N will pay an $80 million penalty to a U.S. bank regulator after the bank suffered a massive data breach one year ago.

The fine, announced Thursday by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, punishes the bank for failing to adequately identify and manage risk as it moved significant portions of its technological operations to the cloud.

“Safeguarding our customers’ information is essential to our role as a www capital one banking institution,” said a bank representative in a statement. “In the year since the incident, we have invested significant additional resources into further strengthening our cyber defenses, and have made substantial progress in addressing the requirements of these orders.”

In July 2019, the bank disclosed that personal information including names and addresses of about 100 million individuals in the United States and 6 million people in Canada were obtained by a hacker. The suspected hacker was a former employee of Amazon Web Services, a cloud provider where the bank had moved some of its data.

The OCC said in its consent order that the bank failed to identify and manage risks leading up to the move to cloud storage, and lacked sufficient network security and data loss prevention controls. The regulator also said that when internal auditing did identify issues, the bank’s board failed to hold management accountable.

The 2019 breach did not expose credit card account information, but about 140,000 Social Security numbers and 80,000 linked bank account numbers were compromised.

The OCC also ordered the bank to overhaul its operations to ensure it is adequately guarding against general cybersecurity risks and risks specific to cloud operations, and submit those plans for review. The bank faces similar heightened oversight from the Federal Reserve.

Источник: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-banks-capital-one-fin-idUSKCN2522DA

OCC Assesses $80 Million Civil Money Penalty Against Capital One

WASHINGTON—The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) today assessed an $80 million civil money penalty against Capital One, N.A., and Capital One Bank (USA), N.A.

The OCC took these actions based on the bank's failure to establish effective risk assessment processes prior to migrating significant information technology operations to the public cloud environment and the bank's failure to correct the deficiencies in a timely manner. In taking this action, the OCC positively considered the bank's customer notification and remediation efforts. While the OCC encourages responsible innovation in all banks it supervises, sound risk management and internal controls are critical to ensuring bank operations remain safe www capital one banking sound and adequately protect their customers. The OCC found the noted deficiencies to constitute unsafe or unsound practices and resulted in noncompliance with 12 C.F.R. Part 30, Appendix B, "Interagency Guidelines Establishing Information Security Standards."

The OCC penalty will be paid to the U.S. Treasury.

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