Ron Green leads a global team that ensures the safety and security of the Mastercard network, as well as internal and external products and services, including business continuity.
In this exclusive Summit appearance, Green will sit for a "fireside chat" interview in which he will address top fraud trends and ...
Join a behind the scenes tour of the largest anti-fraud provider research operation. We will discuss how to interlace Machine Learning, cyber threat intelligence, and fraud analysts into agile and accurate fraud prevention.
Taking a use case approach, we will demo a behavioral biometrics detection technology, and ...
As the fraud threat continuously changes, financial institutions must be able to adapt to the threat in order to protect assets and customers. While organizational changes and shifts are part of business, integration of multiple disciplines through dedicated Fusion Centers allows dynamic change in posture, while ...
The CERT Insider Threat Center at Carnegie Mellon University is one of the world's leading authorities on detecting insider fraud, and it has just released Version 6 of its Best Practices to Mitigating Insider Threats.
As part of this research, the center addresses how to detect and prevent insider fraud, as well as ...
Fifty-four percent of survey respondents say their institutions' digital authentication measures are average or below when compared to their peers. And 55 percent rate themselves at average or below when it comes to their institution's current ability to apply the right amount of security to the right transactions at ...
With the increasing speed of payments comes more pressure on financial institutions to not only compete but to ensure they have appropriate fraud controls in place to keep pace. Risk is inevitable with a growing faster payments environment, but there are many benefits and technology advancements that provide ...
When a total of $580 Million left two Cryptocurrency exchanges after a sophisticated compromise, LIFARS team was engaged in an investigation that involved FBI, US Secret Service, Europol, DHS, IRS and DOJ. This session will take you exclusively inside that investigation and discuss:
Cryptocurrency fraud schemes, ...
In a time when artificial intelligence is proliferating corporate environments, being able to identify fraudulent activities coming from a person or from a machine has become a challenge. Even though the orchestrated fraud has a bad actor, the manner and actions taken to go undetected are advanced. Security ...
Organizations lose an estimated 5% of their annual revenue to fraud. Clearly, an organization that focuses on assessing fraud risks is better prepared to deter and prevent fraud incidents. How confident are you that your organization has an effective and comprehensive fraud risk assessment?
Our panel of anti-fraud ...
Mobile communication networks and, by extension, smartphones, have become an inherent and necessary platform for most enterprises. However, despite the general consensus of staying away from unprotected WiFi access points, there is a mainstream misconception that cellular networks are fully secure.
But the security ...
Email fraud and phishing continue to be an effective attack vendor as they are relatively inexpensive and take advantage of the weakest link in your security program: your users. Combatting these attacks is slow and labor intensive as security analysts typically spend hours trying to determine if an email and its ...
While banks are undergoing digital transformations, one of the ways they communicate is decidedly analog. Because not every customer wants to engage through apps or websites, contact centers still need to answer the phone.
Fraudsters know this too: Armed with personal information, PINs and passwords exposed by ...
Malicious bot attacks now account for nearly one-third of all Internet traffic. These attacks specifically target the web, mobile and API applications that power today's hyper-connected organizations that rely on the Internet to connect with customers and support business processes. The goal of these bad actors is ...
Formerly known by his online alias "Sabu," Hector Monsegur was once the technical expert behind the Anonymous/LulzSec hacker collectives. As a blackhat, he highlighted critical vulnerabilities in numerous organizations, including governments, military organizations and cybersecurity firms.
Since his arrest in 2011, ...
As malware, business email compromises, phishing and vishing scams, etc. continue to evolve and proliferate, the same is true with cyber insurance.
In the past two years, the cyber insurance market has matured, as growing numbers of insurers, brokers and policyholders have gained a greater understanding of the ...
Ron Green currently serves as executive vice president and chief security officer for Mastercard. In this role, Green leads a global team charged with ensuring the safety and security of the Mastercard network, as well as internal and external products and services, including business continuity. He joined Mastercard in 2014 after serving as deputy chief information security officer at Fidelity Information Services, where he led a team responsible for North American information security operations, including security architecture and engineering programs, security testing and governance. Prior to this position, Green was director of investigation and protections operations at BlackBerry, and senior vice president across several areas at Bank of America.
Chief Technology Officer of Trusteer, IBM Security
Avner Gideoni currently serves Chief Technology Officer of Trusteer, IBM Security's anti-fraud division. Prior to IBM's acquisition of Trusteer Gideoni formed and led Trusteer Security Research and Development team, consisting of world's top-notch researchers, analysts, and security developers. This team fights with financial fraud gangs worldwide, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. He and the team make sure all Trusteer products are detecting new fraud schemes as they emerge, and its customers are safe.
Jeff Dant currently serves as the Director of Citi Global Consumer Bank's Fraud Fusion Center. He is responsible for the strategy and operations of the Fusion Center in the support of Fraud and Financial Crime management. Prior to this role, Dant served as the Digital Forensics Program Manager for Citi Security and Investigative Services Cyber Investigations group.
Before joining Citi, Dant served 12 years with the United States Secret Service in a variety of roles. He began his Secret Service career as a Uniformed Officer at the White House, and later carried several other roles including Special Agent in Washington Field Office, Newark Field Office, and Presidential Protection Division - Transportation Section. He specialized in financial crime investigations, specifically electronic crimes leveraged by Organized Eastern European Criminal Groups, leveraging intelligence and digital forensics in successful prosecutions, including the capture and suppression of the most prolific ATM skimming organization in the United States. Dant served as a Liaison officer to Europol's European Cyber Crime Centre (EC3), continuing the targeting of international financial crime rings.
Insider Threat Researcher, Carnegie Mellon University CERT Insider Threat Center
Clark is a researcher at the Software Engineering Institute, CERT, Carnegie Mellon University. His main area of interest is insider threat and cybersecurity. Clark has a bachelor of science from Syracuse University as well as two master's degrees in information technology and computer forensics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and George Mason University respectively. He's in the doctoral program researching cybercrime at George Mason University and is expecting to graduate with his Ph.D in the Fall of 2014. He previously worked at the Census Bureau and the Institute for Defense Analyses.
Tim Bedard is the Director, Security Product Marketing and is responsible for OneSpan's Trusted Identity Platform security solutions for financial services. With more than twenty years of IT security experience, Tim has successfully launched and managed multiple cloud-based security, compliance and identity and access management (IAM) offerings with responsibilities for strategic planning to go-to-market execution. Previously, he has held leadership positions in product strategy, product management and marketing at SailPoint Technologies, RSA Security and CA Technologies. Tim is active security evangelist at industry leading tradeshows and events.
Debra Geister currently serves as a Financial Crimes Strategist at Nice Actimize. Prior to her work with NICE Actimize, she led Section 2 Financial Intelligence Solutions, LLC. Section 2 or S2 focuses on solutions for identification and detection of transnational criminal organizations (TCO) and the mechanisms of fraud and money laundering. Prior to S2, Geister was the Managing Director of the AML Advisory Services at Matrix International Financial Services. She also held a position as the Senior Vice President of the Financial Intelligence Unit for a US based financial institution, leading the combined Fraud and Bank Secrecy Act Unit and guiding the bank out of a cease and desist order. Previously, she was Senior Director of Consulting Services and also Director of Market Planning for AML and Fraud Products at LexisNexis Risk Solutions. Geister developed products to assist clients with processes such as sanctions screening, application fraud, OFAC, PEP, and 314a.
Krehel is the Digital Forensic Lead, CEO & Founder of LIFARS LLC, an international cybersecurity and digital forensics firm, and the Captain at Cyber Team Six, an elite incident response team. He's the former CISO of Identity Theft 911, the nation's premier identity theft recovery and data breach management service. He previously conducted forensics investigations and cyber security consulting at Stroz Friedberg. With two decades of experience, he conducted a wide range of investigations including data breached through computer intrusions, theft of intellectual property, massive deletions, defragmentation, file carvings, anti-money laundering, financial fraud, mathematical modeling and computer hacking. Krehel's experience also includes working as the IT Security Technical Project Leader for the Loews Corporation, Fortune 100 in NYC, and as a computer analyst for the Slovakian government-owned utility company.
Blaho currently leads the Market Insights group for Arbor Networks, and is a seasoned Product and Solutions professional with more than 15 years in the product and services marketing ares in IT. With eight years focused specifically on network security solutions, Blaho has developed a focus on understanding the buyer journey for Enterprises and identify the unique personas who engage in making complex IT security assessment and purchase decisions. He has worked for leading security and services organizations such as Sungard Availability Services, Blue Coat Systems, Teradyne, and IBM Security.
Senior Managing Director of Investigations, Guidepost
Kenneth C. Citarella currently serves as a senior managing director for the Investigations and Cyber Forensics practice. He joined Guidepost Solutions in 2010 as a project manager to investigate fraudulent claims for the Gulf Coast Claims Facility in its administration of the $20 billion BP compensation fund. In that capacity, Citarella supervised 300 professionals, including more than 200 field investigators. He also manages several of the integrity monitorship projects Guidepost Solutions performs for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the New Jersey Department of Transportation. Using a team of attorneys, forensic accountants and investigators, Guidepost Solutions monitors all aspects of major public works construction projects to prevent fraud, waste and abuse. Prior to joining Guidepost Solutions, Citarella worked with a commercial litigation law firm and the Corporate Investigations Division of Prudential. Citarella had a distinguished 28-year career as a white-collar and computer crime prosecutor in the Westchester County, New York District Attorney's Office, which he concluded as Deputy Chief of the Investigations Division. He prosecuted investment frauds, larcenies, embezzlements, anti-trust violations, public corruption, forgeries and many other economic crimes.
Rodrigo Figueroa currently serves as a Senior Director at PayPal, charged with heading the Fraud Risk Management initiative. He has more than 18 years of experience in Risk Management and 23 years in Financial Services. Figueroa joined PayPal recently to implement a second line of defense and oversight program for fraud risk management. Previously Rodrigo was the Global Head of Fraud Oversight for Citibank Consumer Banking.
Director, New York Chapter, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and InfraGard NY Metro
Dora Gomez is a Director on the Boards of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners New York Chapter and InfraGard's New York Metro Chapter (affiliated with the FBI). She is additionally the current Northeast Chapter President for the High Technology Crime Investigation Association and a member of their International Board of Directors. She actively manages and plans the chapter meetings and conferences for these organizations and is part of the steering committee for the annual New York Metro Joint Cyber Security Conference. Gomez has over 25 years of experience in insurance and financial services and spent most of her career in the AXA Group in various leadership roles in Audit, Anti-Fraud, Risk Management and IT Security, including significant international experience and perspectives. Most recently she was a Divisional Director of Internal Controls at Wolters Kluwer.
Research Scientist and Senior Security Architect, CTO Security Architecture team, Bloomberg LP
Roger Piqueras Jover currently serves as a Senior Security Architect at the CTO Security Architecture team of Bloomberg LP, where he is a technical leader in mobile security architecture and strategy, corporate network security architecture, wireless security, and data science applied to network anomaly detection. Previous to Bloomberg, he spent 5 years at the AT&T Security Research Center, where he led the efforts on wireless and LTE mobile network security, receiving numerous awards for his work. Jover has been actively involved in the field of wireless and mobile network security for the last 10 years, and was one of the first researchers to identify and analyze LTE protocol exploits. As subject matter expert on security of LTE/5GG mobile networks and wireless short-range networks, he is a technology adviser and leader on these areas for academia, industry and government.
Global Director of Security Transformation, ServiceNow
Myke Lyons currently serves as the Global Director of Security Transformation for ServiceNow. There he is charged with helping Enterprises better respond to imminent security events, quickly find indicators and observables of compromise, and effectively remediate known vulnerabilities. Prior to moving to the Security Business Unit, Lyons led ServiceNow's information security group and was brought on board to help secure the cloud startup while creating a mantra of transparency. He has also held Senior Security positions at WPP Group, Grey Global Group, Y&R, and GE.
Vice President & General Manager, Security Line of Business, Nuance Communications, Inc.
Brett Beranek currently serves as Vice President and General Manager of Nuance Communication's Security line of business. A CX and biometrics expert, Beranek is fascinated by transformative technologies that have a real impact on our lives. With over 15 years of experience in the customer experience and biometrics space, he brings strategic and tactical insights to organizations wishing to deliver a better experience to their customers via innovative security technologies. Prior to joining Nuance, Beranek was a technologist and entrepreneur by education and passion, successfully introduced several disruptive technologies to the health-care, IT and security markets, including as a partner of facial recognition firm Viion Systems and member of Genetec's management team, a security firm that transformed the video surveillance market. He also currently serves on the advisory board of high-tech healthcare startup GaitTronics.
Head of Fraud Strategy and Relationship Management, Royal Bank of Scotland
Jason Costain currently serves as the Head of Fraud Strategy and Relationship Management at Royal Bank of Scotland, where he has worked for the past 3 years. Having held various 'head of function' roles in Tier 1 UK Banks, he has spent the last 15 years specialising in Fraud Prevention, Sanctions, and Anti-Money Laundering. Costain is a Member of the International Compliance Association and is holder of an ICA Diploma in Financial Crime Prevention.
Franklyn Jones currently serves as Chief Marketing Officer for Cequence. He has been involved in innovative cyber security startups for more than a decade. Prior to joining Cequence, Franklyn held CMO positions at Bromium, Spikes Security, and Cyphort (acquired by Juniper Networks). Franklyn was also with Palo Alto Networks for 5 years starting in 2007, helping the company create a leadership position in the next-gen firewall market.
Chief Researcher, Rhino Security Labs - former hacktivist
As Chief Researcher, Hector Monsegur brings a unique perspective from decades of offensive experience and a desire to make an impact in client security. In his role as a security researcher, he has identified countless zeroday vulnerabilities and contributed to dozens of tools and exploits. As a blackhat, Monsegur highlighted critical vulnerabilities in numerous organizations, including governments, military organizations, and cybersecurity firms. In working with the US Government, he identified key vulnerabilities - and potential attacks - against major federal infrastructure, including the US military and NASA. Since working with US government and commercial security executives around the world, he has helped prevent upwards of 300 cyberattacks. Continuing his security and vulnerability research at Rhino Security Labs, Monsegur works to secure clients in technology, healthcare, finance, government, and other industries.
Bortnick litigates and counsels clients on cyber and technology risks, exposures and best practices; directors' and officers' liability; professional liability; insurance coverage; and commercial litigation matters. He also drafts professional liability insurance policies of varying types, including cyber, privacy and technology forms, and is Publisher of the cyber industry blog, Cyberinquirer.com. He serves as a member of the Executive Corporate Board of The Franklin Institute science museum and is Co-Chair of the Computer & Technology Subcommittee of the ABA Section of Litigation, Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee. Bortnick is a regular contributor and columnist for Advisen and was named by Advisen as their Cyber Risk Network 2015 Person of the Year.