As we head into 2016, financial institutions find themselves at a fateful crossroads. They see the impact of retail payments
breaches, such as those that struck Target and Home Depot, as well as hotel chains like Hyatt and Hilton Hotels.
At the same time, they find themselves at the cusp of a significant payments evolution, as the U.S. slowly embraces EMV, and
enterprises worldwide open up to new forms of mobile payments.
This convergence begs the question: What are the new opportunities for fraud? And what investments are organizations
making to protect themselves from new forms of fraud, as well as the tried and true?
Register for this session to see results of the 2016 Faces of Fraud study and learn:
The impact retail breaches and emerging payments are having on banks;
Field is responsible for all of ISMG's 28 global media properties and its team of journalists. He also helped to develop and lead ISMG's award-winning summit series that has brought together security practitioners and industry influencers from around the world, as well as ISMG's series of exclusive executive roundtables.
Ingevaldson has over 15 years of experience protecting some of the world's biggest organizations from next-generation threats. As Easy Solutions' CTO, he defines and executes the strategies for researching and creating the next phase of Total Fraud ProtectionÂ® products. Ingevaldson spent a decade at Internet Security Systems, Inc., where he held various roles in research, management, consulting and strategy. He formed part of the "X-Force" R&D group that would become the most productive and influential independent vulnerability research group in the industry. Ingevaldson also occupied an important role as an ISS public spokesperson, sharing his expert opinions with media outlets and speaking at conferences on topics such as emerging threats, market trends and risk forecasting.