The American Association of Bank Directors (“AABD”) announced today that Lifelock has become a sponsor of AABD.

LifeLock is a leading provider of proactive identity theft protection services for consumers.

“We are delighted that LifeLock has agreed to work with bank boards whose directors are AABD members to offer identity theft protection to their customers,” Rich Whiting, Executive Director of AABD said.

“LifeLock will also be a tremendous resource to advise our bank board members on the risks to bank customers of identity theft and how their banks can help protect their customers’ credit and finances,” David Baris, AABD’s President, said.

“LifeLock is delighted to become a sponsor of AABD, and we look forward to helping bank directors advance the conversation about identify theft trends, risks, mitigation strategies and customer engagement opportunities,” said Eric Warbasse, Senior Director, Financial Services.

“LifeLock will also become an advisor to the Customer Privacy and Identity Theft Protection Committee established by AABD to provide AABD members the opportunity to obtain resources and communicate candidly on privacy and identity theft protection issues with other members, the Co-Chairs and advisors to the Committee.”

Founded in 1989, the non-profit American Association of Bank Directors ( is the only trade group in the United States solely devoted to bank directors and their information, education, and advocacy needs. The Institute for Bank Director Education was established in 1993 as the educational arm of AABD. Its purpose is to act as a clearinghouse for education programs designed for bank and savings institution directors that support the nationally recognized Bank Director Certification Program.