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2012 Executive Forum
The Evolution of Fraud
FORUM DATE: Tuesday, June 5, 2012
FORUM TIME: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM PT
LOCATION: University of Washington Club - Seattle, WA
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Participate with your peers to discuss with leading experts in financial fraud and risk mitigation, challenges that will help protect you and your financial institution. You’ll gain perspective in the areas of:
• Growth of internet fraud,
• Cross-channel fraud, and
• Increased dangers of phishing
This session is hosted in Seattle at the University of Washington Club. WesPay’s Executive forum is perfect for executive to learn, engage and discuss the impacts of risk and fraud to the financial community.
The Cost of Fraud
Presented by: Gary Beck, Senior Vice President, 3Delta Systems; Wenlock Free, Vice President of Bus. Dev., SecurityMetrics; Steven Foster, Argos Risk
In terms of dollars and cents, the losses resulting from fraud are easy to quantify, but that is not the only cost of fraud to a financial institution. This session will cover the true cost of fraud and provide your financial institution with some eye opening facts and real solutions to keep you from becoming a victim.
Presented by: Deborah Peace, AAP, CEO, ACH Alert
Transforming Risk and Cost Into Revenue
Cyber theft is sophisticated and ever-evolving. This session will provide you information on how leveraging advances in technology, financial institutions can allow customers instant visibility and control to stop unauthorized electronic withdrawals. Learn the right marketing approaches and customer agreements.
Live Hack Demo®: Discover How to Defend Your
Presented by: Wenlock Free, Vice President of Bus. Dev., SecurityMetrics
Business While Watching Hacking in Action
Hackers watch for easy-to-steal credit card information and know most merchants have gaping weaknesses. By witnessing the Live Hack Demo®, participants will understand how unprotected credit card data can easily be stolen, learn more about common hacking techniques, and discover the importance of protecting business assets through simple measures.
Thwarting Cyber Attacks Against
Presented by: Charles Bretz, Director of Payment Risk, Financial
Financial Institutions and their Customers
Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC)
Financial institutions and their customers face an escalating number of new cyber threats and attacks. Mr. Nelson will discuss: the latest on the criminals, hactivists, and nation states behind these attacks; types of attacks that harm financial institutions and their customers; and recommendations of the Account Takeover Task Force.
Outsmarting the Scam Artists
Presented by: Doug Shadel, State Director, AARP
This session, lead by a leader in elder fraud, will provide you the latest in the types of scams that con artists use to defraud their victims. You will also learn the challenges that occur in trying to stop this type of fraud as well as be provided the latest in research on who these fraudsters are targeting.
Combating Cyber Crime – Seattle Style
Presented by: David Dunn, Seattle Police Department
In 2010, IC3 (The Internet Crime Complaint Center) reported over 7000 complaints with losses of over 9.8 million dollars in the State of Washington alone. Hear from the front lines and get real world examples on the fight to stop this fraud from occurring.
What’s Keeping You Up at Night?
Presented by: WesPay Staff
We will wrap up the day with interactive discussion around the pain points you are seeing within your financial institution as well as the industry. Be prepared to share experiences, topics you’ve heard or read about within the financial community and join in group discussion on tools to mitigate these issues.
Member Price: $299 per member
Non-Member Price: $549 per person
Price includes breakfast, lunch, networking reception and all educational materials.
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