As fraudsters gain access to more and more resources and fine-tune their attacks, the scale of the damage they can inflict in financial institutions is amplified exponentially.
In recent times, we have witnessed a massive shift to online -especially in the world of finance. In this session, DataVisor will shine some ...
Socure, the premier provider of identity verification and trust, has become a foundational component for enterprises with the most demanding requirements for digital customer acquisition, fraud reduction, Know Your Customer (KYC), and more. Trusted by 4 of the top 5 banks, 100+ of the largest fintechs, and 7 of the ...
It’s like a genie that’s never going back into a bottle – digital transformation’s impact on financial fraud. In this exclusive panel discussion, fraud defenders from major financial institutions and the U.S. Secret Service convene to discuss:
How 2021’s fraud trends shape the schemes we’re likely to ...
As CISO of Amazon's Whole Foods Market, Sameer Sait was in the heart of 2020's mass migration to digital channels. And he has unique insights into the rapidly emerging new faces of digital fraud. In this exclusive session, he discusses:
Gift card fraud and other emerging scams
How security, fraud and loss ...
So … how did you spend the digital transformation? From professional services to streaming media to banking, this dynamic panel discusses the lasting impact of the past pandemic year and the evolution of fraud schemes and defenses, including:
How fraud detection and defense are most challenged by today's dynamic ...
Claire Le Gal has been with Mastercard for 25 years, and in that time she has seen revolutionary changes in payments, technology – and fraud schemes.
In this exclusive session, Le Gal, Mastercard's Senior Vice President, Fraud Intelligence, Strategy & Cyber Products, discusses: The payments technology evolution, ...
Ransomware – it's been in all the news this year. But what's happening between the lines? What are the stories within the stories, and how should security leaders interpret them? Former banking CISO David Pollino dissects the year's ransomware news with an eye toward:
Critical infrastructure disruption
How to ...
Customer identity and access management – CIAM – has been the rage for the past year-plus, as organizations seek to create and mine a unified digital customer experience. But these same initiatives are also creating new opportunities for fraudsters. This panel looks at:
Vulnerabilities inherent in some CIAM ...
Regulatory attorney Rachel Rose and defense attorney Andrew Wirmani, a former Department of Justice prosecutor analyze several recent high-profile cases spotlighting identity and other fraud crimes being battled in the healthcare sector – including the critical information security and compliance elements involved ...
Google has over a decade of experience defending the internet and data for its network of more than 5 million sites. In this session, you will learn how reCAPTCHA Enterprise builds on this technology with capabilities, such as mobile application support and password leak detection, designed specifically for enterprise ...
The concept of "faster payments" has evolved quickly over the past decade – from the notion of 24-hour check processing to true real-time P2P payments. Square has been at the nexus of this transformation, and in this exclusive session Samant Nagpal, GM and Global Head of Risk, discusses:
The role of Square in the ...
Fraudsters are using the Interactive Voice Response (IVR) to steal identities and takeover accounts. Over the past 12 months, institutions facing surging call volumes have thrust self-service tools into the spotlight. During this session, Pindrop will examine the ways in which fraud materializes in an organization, ...
Julie Conroy has been a leading fraud researcher for many years now. But no year has been anything quite like the one we've just seen. In this one-on-one discussion, she opens up her latest research and discusses:
Emerging fraud trends in the new digital landscape
The new sophistication and speed of ...
Artificial intelligence. Behavioral biometrics. Public/private collaboration. These are among the emerging solutions that will create the foundation for future fraud defense. In this exclusive panel, experts and practitioners discuss:
The current digital fraud landscape – and why there is no break coming
How to ...
Digital transformation is reinventing everything. Covid has further accelerated these trends and has helped mobilize a massive shift toward digital channels. As digital commerce scales, organizations need to be prepared for the potential fraud and payment risks & challenges that come with this growth.
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Yu, Co-founder and CTO of DataVisor, had previously spent 8 years at Microsoft Research developing big-data algorithms and systems for identifying various malicious traffic such as worms, spam, bot queries, hijacked accounts, and fraudulent financial transactions across a wide range of Microsoft products.
Dale Daguro is a technologist with 18 years in software development, security architecture, ecommerce, and user experience design. He is the recipient of the Chicago Innovation Awards for his work on user experience and software design. Dale is an expert in identity verification, document verification, governance, and compliance across a number of industries. In his spare time, he enjoys training in Muay Thai and boxing for fun.
For over a decade, Erick Soto has worked as a product leader in the FinTech industry. Currently, as Vice President of Product at Socure, he focuses on identity verification and fraud prevention technology. Previously, Erick was a Risk Analyst for a mobile payments startup in San Francisco, which was acquired by Capital One in 2012. While there, he served as a Product Owner, where he led multiple cross-functional teams to build the first completely automated business enrollment engine for a next-generation small business banking platform. Also, Erick was the Head of Product for BBVA’s Open Platform, where he developed APIs that facilitate access into the financial ecosystem. His experience working in Fintech and in Fraud, Risk, and Operations have carved a natural career path into identity verification and product management.
Wendy Butler is responsible for handling investigations relating to matters of fraud, which may include investigations involving regulatory compliance, sales misconduct, conflict of interest, ethics, privacy, elder financial exploitation, identity theft and other matters relating to improper conduct. These investigations may involve account holders, employees, third party entities, vendors, sales agents and third party brokers. She is responsible for uncovering schemes and determining the cause and effect relationships. Her investigations cover products enterprise wide, such as, Life Policies, Annuities, Retirement Plans and Brokerage Accounts. She also assists in the development and training of other internal and external Investigators. In her prior role as a Senior Manager of Investigations at Equitable (AXA Equitable) she conducted similar investigations and held various roles during her 19 year tenure. In both her roles, she has worked with various external entities which resulted in the recovery of funds to The Company through restitution and as well as the conviction of subjects.
President NYCFE, InfraGard Board Member, FinCrime Consultant.
Gomez has over 25 years of experience in insurance and financial services and is currently with Ernst & Young's IT Advisory - Financial crimes, Fraud and Compliance team. She spent 17 years with the AXA Group in various leadership roles in Audit, Fraud Risk Management, AML, GRC, ERM, and IT Security, including significant international experience and perspectives. Following her return to the U.S. from an expat assignment in Paris France, she was Audit Director and Global Fraud Officer for AXA Technology Services where she created the company's Anti-Fraud Policy, including investigations/whistleblower incidents, and managed a fraud mitigation program. She held positions as Audit Chief of Staff and Risk Officer as well - establishing the audit department's global departmental practices and governance.
Dora is an active Board Director of InfraGard's New York Metro Chapter (affiliated with the FBI) and was the recipient of the InfraGard Northeast Region IMA Leadership Award in 2019. She is a Board Officer of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners New York Chapter and is the current Audit Committee Chair for the High Technology Crime Investigation Association. She is a steering committee member for the annual New York Metro Joint Cyber Security Conference.
VP, Head of Fraud Prevention & Investigations , Apple Bank
Kristen Santos is responsible for the overall administration and management of retail fraud risk and fraud mitigation. In her role, she provides guidance and direction to the branch network and works with related departments to ensure proper operational and internal controls are in place.
Prior career roles include Vice President of Deutsche Bank's Anti-Financial Crime Investigations for the Americas, where she implemented the US Identity Theft Program and provided oversight on complex internal and external financial crime investigations, and as the Director of the FCIU for Sterling National Bank, where she assisted the BSA Officer in building a holistic Financial Crimes Compliance Program and overseeing security, transaction monitoring and investigations.
Managing Director Global Cyber Risk & Incident Response Services, Alvarez & Marsal
Rocco Grillo currently serves as a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal's Disputes and Investigations Global Cyber Risk Services practice. He focuses on leading multi disciplinary teams who provide cyber risk and
incident response services to clients globally. He has been a trusted partner of multiple government agencies, including the FBI and Secret Service, where his cyber expertise was instrumental in investigating and resolving a variety of cyber based crimes. Grillo's experience and understanding of commercial sector challenges and national security objectives have influenced the development of national policy in cybersecurity, including the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Prior to joining A&M, he held leadership positions at professional services organizations including Stroz Friedberg/Aon Cyber Solutions, where he served as the Global Leader of the firm's Cybersecurity Services. Prior to Aon Cyber Solutions, Grillo was a founding member of Protiviti Inc's Cybersecurity Practice where he led the development of the firm's Global Incident Response and Forensics Investigations Practice. He also assisted with the development of RedSiren Technologies, one of the first managed security services firm that evolved out of Carnegie Mellon. Earlier in his career, he held positions of increasing responsibility with Lucent Technologies and Bell companies. He is an affiliate board advisor for the Retail & Hospitality ISAC and has assisted with other thought leadership initiatives for the FS-ISAC; and assists in creating its annual Compromise Against Payments Systems (CAPS), the simulated industry cyberattack exercise.. He has served on the CLM Cyber Liability Council, the Board of Directors of the NY Metro ISSA Chapter, the IT Policy Compliance Group, and the (i 4) International Information Integrity Institute Research Steering Committee.
Brian Lozada has more than 15 years of experience developing and maintaining information security programs for some of the world’s top brands. Brian is currently the Security Leader at HBO Max (WarnerMedia). Previously, he served as Chief Information Security Officer at Dataminr, Zocdoc, Abacus Group, and Condé Nast. Brian led the company’s integration of information security efforts in the development of next-generation digital products and services.
Brian has held several senior information security management positions at Sony Music Entertainment, and Vonage. He is CISSP certified and has a B.S. in Information Security and an M.S. in Homeland Security from Monmouth University.
Claire Le Gal currently is Senior Vice President, responsible for the Fraud Intelligence, Strategy and Cyber Products team in the Cyber & Intelligence Solutions division at Mastercard. In that role, she is responsible for a variety of global functions, including fraud reporting & analytics, cyber security solution development, and the execution of strategic initiatives to ensure that the integrity of the MasterCard payment systems is maintained as payment technologies evolve. Claire also chairs the MasterCard Global Fraud Advisory Council and the Mastercard Global Payment Integrity Coalition
David is an experienced security and risk executive with over 25 years of experience in information security, fraud prevention, and risk management. David has focused on financial services for 20 years and was the Chief Information Security Officer of Bank of the West and a Divisional CISO at PNC. David has held multiple leadership positions in Security and Fraud including Wells Fargo, Washington Mutual, and Charles Schwab. David has authored multiple books and whitepapers focused around Cyber Security and Fraud. David is a Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and frequently quoted in the media on security topics.
Within Capital One's Cyber CTO's office, Vaibhav is currently executing as the IAM Product Manager, charting foundational strategies and defining baselines & roadmaps for Capital One's present & future Identity Security & Solutions. He comes with an intense innovations' & solutioning background, and has a history of paving the way for enterprise identity solutions, and balancing security with usability for unique implementations. Vaibhav has also led and delivered on Capital One's workforce's Identity solutions for over a decade and has a strong ecommerce designer and automations' developer background.
Former Head of Identity and Access Management, Navy Federal Credit Union, CEO and Principal IAM Experts, LLC
Tom Malta's extensive career in Financial Services Technology and Cyber Security started 25+ years ago as a hands-on developer building and supporting front office trading systems for many of the top Wall St. Brokerages and Investment Banks. Shortly after moving to Goldman Sachs in 2000, he landed in Cyber Security and has been there ever since focused on building and executing Global Cyber Security Solutions. Over the past 20+ years he's led many successful IAM Programs utilizing custom build as well as off the shelf technology supporting internal, external, customer, and 3rd party/cloud identities alike.
Tom is currently the Head of IAM at Navy Federal Credit Union where he is responsible for design, development, and execution of cyber technology solutions to support the overall IAM Strategy. The team is currently focused on the firm's transformation of both workforce and member (aka customer IAM) to drive more automation, agile development, and improve the effectiveness of existing IAM and Cyber Security Controls.
As a recognized Subject Matter Expert in IAM, Tom spends a lot of his time giving back to the industry through board representations, speaking engagements, and contributing to research papers. His passion for the space is unparalleled, and enjoys staying current with emerging technologies such as biometrics, AI, ML, and next generation customer authentication solutions such as blockchain.
Prior to Navy Federal, Tom held similar Managing Director / Executive IT roles at Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, BNYMellon, Wells Fargo, Ally Financial, Synchrony Financial, and Brown Brothers Harriman. Mr. Malta is also a Board Member of the Identity Defined Security Alliance, an active participant of various IAM Customer Advisory Board's, and a distinguished Ponemon Fellow
Ms. Rose has a unique background. Throughout her career, she has accumulated knowledge in a multitude of fields, with an emphasis on various facets of healthcare. Her experiences include:
working on Wall Street and at one of the "Big Four" consulting firms;
producing for the Chairman of the Reform and Oversight Committee on Capitol Hill;
interning at the Department of Health and Human Services;
compiling policy papers at the Royal College of Nursing in London;
consultative work as a top performing representative for the pharmaceutical and medical device industry;
clerking for the Honorable Linda R. Allan (6th Judicial Circuit, FL).
Prior to opening her law firm, she was Director of Business Development and Assistant General Counsel for a healthcare advisory company.
She is extensively published and presents on a variety of healthcare, False Claims Act, Dodd-Frank, and securities law topics including: cybersecurity, qui tam, physician reimbursement, ICD-10, access to care, anti-kickback and Stark laws, U.S. Supreme Court cases impacting the medical device industry, international comparative healthcare laws, and the HIPAA/the HITECH Act.
Presently, she is the chair of the Federal Bar Association's Government Relations Committee. Ms. Rose has co-authored The American Bar Association's books - The ABCs of ACOs and What Are International HIPAA Considerations?, as well as being a co-editor of American Health Lawyers Association’s Enterprise Risk Management Handbook (2nd Edition). Ms. Rose is also an Affiliated Member of the Baylor College of Medicine's Center for Health Policy and Medical Ethics, where she teaches bioethics and is on the University of Houston Law School's Healthcare Law Advisory Board.
As a former prosecutor, Wirmani ran some of the U.S. Department of Justice’s largest, most challenging cases. He led the fraud prosecution of Forest Park Medical Center–a case described by media sources as the most important white collar case in Texas since Enron. Wirmani also led the prosecution of the Dallas school-bus-camera scandal, one of the largest domestic bribery cases in history. Wirmani oversaw hundreds of other white collar matters involving healthcare fraud, securities fraud, PPP and EID fraud, cybercrime, theft of trade secrets, and terrorism. Many of these cases involved parallel investigations with the SEC, the Civil Section of the DOJ, the Texas Attorney General’s Office, or other civil agencies. Wirmani also oversaw public corruption cases for the Northern District of Texas.
Josh Dorion is a Security Architect for reCAPTCHA Enterprise, within Google Cloud Security. Josh was previously with Chronicle as an independent company within Alphabet before the acquisition, and has over a decade of experience working in a fast-paced and challenging IT environment (primarily with a focus on customer support and systems administration). Technology is his passion and not just his job.
General Manager and Global Head of Risk (Managing Vice President), Square
Samant Nagpal is the Head of Risk at Square and has two decades of experience in risk and payments. Samant is responsible for managing credit, fraud and chargeback risk at Square and for building seller/merchant facing risk products that help sellers manage their own risk-reward trade-offs. Prior to joining Square, Samant held various leadership positions across American Express and Amazon. He has lived in and led global teams across Asia, Australia, Latin America and North America. Samant holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and Masters in Economics from Delhi School of Economics.
Vijay has held various engineering and research roles with Google, Siemens, IBM Research, and Intel. He holds patents in VoIP security and scalability and he frequently speaks on phone fraud threats at technical conferences, including RSA, Black Hat, FS-ISAC, CCS and ICDCS. Vijay earned a PhD in Computer Science from Georgia Institute of Technology. His PhD thesis was on telecommunications security.
Head of Risk Insights and Advisory, Aite-Novarica Group
Conroy is research director for Aite-Novarica Group's Fraud & AML practice and covers fraud, data security, anti-money laundering, and compliance issues. Conroy brings to Aite Group more than a decade of hands-on product management experience working with financial institutions, payments processors, and risk management companies.
Director of Fraud Strategy - North America, BioCatch
Raj is Director of Fraud Strategy, North America at BioCatch with over 15 years of Financial Services industry experience in the U.S. having worked for HSBC, Yodlee, Intuit, ID Analytics and TransUnion prior to joining BioCatch. Throughout his career, he has been at the cusp of business and technology advising his customers on how technology solutions can be operationalized to solve real-life business problems. He is very passionate about the world of identity and fraud and has deep SME in Fraud Risk, Device risk, Credit Risk, Machine Learning based predictive modeling and Customer Authentication in an omni-channel environment. At BioCatch, he frequently talks to customers, listening to their fraud problems and how the right use of technology can enable them to offer a great user experience while reducing manual review effort and keeping fraudsters at bay.
Manriquez is an experienced leader who has defined strategic goals, mergers and acquisitions and delivered enterprisewide digital transformational programs to achieve objectives. He has over 25 years of experience in architecting and securing networks, systems integrations and delivery systems, including eBanking, eChannels, bill payment systems, mobile banking, mobile capture, remote deposit capture, P2P and B2B payment systems, A2A and ACH systems, wires systems, EMV, tokenization, Apple Pay and Google Wallet.
Vasquez is a cybersecurity, privacy, risk and technology leader who builds and matures resilient information security and privacy programs by developing high-performing teams and partnering with senior executives, cross-functional leaders and industry partners.
Lori is the Vice President of Worldwide Market Strategy for Outseer, an RSA company. She brings more than 25 years of global product, marketing and innovation leadership to the role, with deep experience in Fintech and Payments. Lori spent a number of years at Visa and later founded and led a real-time, video banking SaaS startup. Previously, she held leadership roles at BEA Systems (acquired by Oracle), Openwave Systems and Accenture. Lori received her MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where she also serves as a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Global Payments and Fintech Innovation.