Fraud & Compliance
Mitigating Payment Fraud: Optimize Your Payment Processes
5/22/2018 • 12:00 AM-4:30 PM • Room 326 • Audience: Intermediate
The threat of paper and electronic payment fraud are real and on the rise as we are reminded by headlines and industry research. Finance organizations focused on mitigating risk are asking themselves how they can pro-actively protect against these attacks while gaining the financial advantages from driving efficiency and savings in their processes. What is the right combination of technology, products, best practices and education to stay current and aware of the latest fraud techniques?
Social Engineering Fraud: Is Your Company Prepared?
5/23/2018 • 8:30 AM-9:20 AM • Room 326 • Audience: Beginner
The game of fraud is changing. While traditional fraud still exists, a new kind of fraud is making a name for itself and letting its presence be known. Learn about Social Engineering and tips on how to protect your company. Most importantly, do you have proper Insurance coverage against Social Engineering? We will discuss what your company should look for in your current policy to make sure you have the proper coverage your company needs.
Low Tech Fraud/High Tech World: Embezzlement and Check Fraud
5/24/2018 • 8:30 AM-9:20 AM • Room 326 • Audience: Intermediate
Major losses are caused by “low tech” embezzlement schemes. In a recent study, companies with fewer than 500 employees had average losses of $807,443. Some go under due to these losses. Others have layoffs, cutbacks and salary freezes. Embezzlement is almost entirely preventable. ‘Old-school’ check fraud is intertwined with embezzlement, causing more losses than all other forms of payment fraud. Check fraud is rising after many years of decline, with mRDC adding to its complexity.
When Fraud Strikes: Case Studies of Best Practices and Liability
5/24/2018 • 9:30 AM-10:20 AM • Room 203 • Audience: Intermediate
Companies of all sizes are dedicating more resources than ever to combat information breaches, and a never-ending attack of new schemes to steal information for ill-gotten gains. In fact, the odds of becoming a victim these days are approaching near certainty. Get the scoop on fraud statistics, discover more about actual instances through case studies, learn how to mitigate risk, and understand where the legal liability falls when cyber crime strikes.
Psychology Meets Cybersecurity: Protecting Against Social Engineering Attacks
5/24/2018 • 10:30 AM-11:20 AM • Room 207 • Audience: Beginner
Today’s fraud landscape is incredibly complex, and fraudsters are growing increasingly sophisticated. Attackers are no longer simply hacking into computer systems; they’re now manipulating human psychology through social engineering attacks. This session will offer an overview of what social engineering is and how it’s evolving, including what the lifecycle of these attacks looks like and the tools available to protect individuals and organizations from losing sensitive information.