The battle against cybercrime and payment fraud continues. Are you keeping up? Are your processes and staff as adaptable as the criminals? Are your network defenses adequate or excellent?
Fraudsters continue to adapt and change. With increased criminal sophistication, companies large and small are becoming infiltrated, which can place the digital banking payment channels at risk. In addition, financial institution networks are under attack from fraudulent actors who are patient in their approach to compromise networks. Global losses from payment fraud have tripled from $9.84 billion in 2011 to $32.39 billion in 2020.
- Identify and address the top five payment fraud trends
- Define and describe key strategies and controls to prevent, monitor, and mitigate cybercrime and payment fraud risks
- Discuss how fraudsters manipulate consumers into fraudulent P2P transactions
- Properly manage the ongoing risk of a remote workforce
- Understand trends in fraudsters’ online operations
- Payment fraud protection best practices
- Checklist of 10 must-have network defense measures
- Best practices accountholders should implement to reduce payment fraud
- Employee training log
- Interactive quiz
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This session is designed for information security officers, senior management, operations personnel, and staff responsible for securing accountholder information.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
John Moeller, CLA
John Moeller, a principal at CLA, is focused on serving the technology needs of financial institutions. Over the past 35 years, John has gained extensive experience developing strategic technology plans for financial institutions. He performs technology and vulnerability/risk assessments, controls reviews, and information security and business continuity program development, implementation, training, and testing. John is a frequent speaker on information security, IT assessments and strategy, CIO outsourcing, and managed IT services. He holds several professional certifications, including Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Certified Ethical Hacker, and EC Council – Certified Security Analyst. He received a bachelor’s in Information Technology from Capella University.
Barbie Housewright, CLA
Barbie Housewright is a Cybersecurity Manager in CliftonLarsonAllen’s (CLA’s) St. Louis, Missouri office. She specializes in information security audit, compliance, and consulting for financial institutions. Barbie has over 20 years of combined financial industry, audit, and consulting experience.
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