Fraud Summit - San Francisco 2014 - As the Target and Neiman Marcus incidents prove: Retail point-of-sale breaches are on the rise, creating greater payment card fraud headaches for banking institutions. How does the impact of these crimes compare to that of account takeover, check fraud, insider crimes and the emerging realms of virtual and mobile payments?
Receive insights from BankInfoSecurity's latest "Faces of Fraud" survey, as well as expert analysis of:
Today's most predominant and damaging fraud incidents impacting banking institutions and their customers;
New anti-fraud investments institutions are making to thwart the fraudsters and satisfy the demands of regulatory agencies.
Following the recent slew of retail breaches at Target, Sally Beauty and other establishments, banking/security leaders are tired of taking the consumers' blame - and they want to see changes in how merchants conduct and process secure payments. This is the resonant message of the 2014 Faces of Fraud Survey, subtitled The Impact of Retail Breaches.
Some key findings to be discussed in this panel:
70% of respondents say they were impacted by the Target breach;
48% believe the breached merchants ultimately should be held responsible for the compromises.
In this session, Tom Field of Information Security Media Group presents highlights from 2014 Faces of Fraud survey. He then leads a diverse and expert panel to analyze these results and provide advice for how best to put the survey findings to work.
Among the other topics to be discussed:
2014 Faces of Fraud - What are the primary types of fraud against banking institutions, and where are the biggest security gaps?
Deeper Dive - How have specific forms such as account takeover and insider fraud advanced in the past year?
2015 Fraud Agenda - Where will institutions make their biggest anti-fraud investments in the year ahead?
Jardine is an experienced technology professional with eight years of experience in building, deploying and managing anti-fraud organizations. Today, Bryan serves as product manager at Easy Solutions, where he plays a key role in the creation of the most innovative and comprehensive fraud prevention and detection solutions available in the market.
Prior to Easy Solutions, Jardine held a number of management roles at E*trade, a leader financial services organization, where he was responsible for the design and implementation of anti-fraud strategic programs, including controls and policies that reduced fraud related losses by 65 percent annually.
Jardine is a U.S. Marine veteran and he studied Information Technology at the University of Phoenix.
Walp has more than 20 years of industry experience. Prior to joining KPMG, Walp was the CISO of M&T Bank, an $83 billion financial institution, where he was responsible for IT security, data protection and privacy strategies that focused on cybersecurity and intelligence gathering and external/internal network security systems. Walp managed the functions of access and identity management, IT compliance and risk management, and the PCI program. Walp has held a variety of positions in industry verticals including Electronic Data Systems (EDS) and Moog Inc. A veteran of the US Air Force, Walp served his country for 22 years and in 2004 was recalled to Kuwait as a part of an elite logistics cadre to aid in establishing the US Central Command's Deployment and Distribution Operations Center.
Rob Zerby serves as program manager for both fraud and anti-bribery and corruption for Wells Fargo Community Banking. A 15-year veteran of the bank, he has spent more than 21 years in risk management, information technology and decision science. Prior to his current role, Zerby was the manager of operations for financial crimes Investigations, and the governance and reporting manager for corporate fraud risk management.