From Guardian Analytics
If you are a banking executive responsible for fraud operations, risk management, Bank Secrecy Act or anti-money laundering programs, you are invited to attend Guardian Analytics’ financial crimes detection and security event.
Fraud operations, compliance, and information security leaders from nearly 100 banks will share their insights and perspectives on:
- emerging trends in financial crimes detection
- customer best practices
- tools and technology advances
- managing increased compliance obligation
- convergence of fraud, AML and Cyber
- emerging technologies such as Blockchain
- leveraging powerful behavioral analytics technology to future-proof fraud
- compliance strategy
The event is Friday, Sept. 29 at Webster Bank in New Britain, Conn.
To join the event, apply here for consideration. http://info.guardiananalytics.com/customer-event-application-2017
Guardian Analytics, which develops behavioral analytics and machine learning solutions for preventing banking and enterprise B2B portal fraud, has asked Forrester Research and Webster Bank to lead the discussions and sessions.
Andras Cser, principal analyst in security & risk at Forrester Research, will discuss emerging trends in financial crime. Kim Syrop, senior vice president of fraud loss & management at Webster Bank will present a compelling case study on her team’s business and technology approach to financial fraud prevention. Syrop will discuss the case study’s results and lessons learned.
“It’s clear that financial fraud is simply evolving too fast for legacy approaches that rely on rules and annual model refreshes to keep pace,” Syrop says. “Cybercriminals are constantly innovating and becoming more sophisticated in attacking the vulnerabilities of our banking system.”