Fighting Fraud & Cyber-Crime in Payments: Business & Legislative Views

First Data Corporation

Digital commerce is now the business of big data science. Today, companies are rapidly implementing their digital payment initiatives and transactions are evermore cashless, leading to a faster and more efficient banking economy. In response, fraudsters have elevated their game on payment fraud and other crimes. To combat threats like the exposure of Personally Identifiable Information (PII), solutions need to keep pace with fraudsters through prevention and quick response when attacks happen. The application of artificial intelligence and machine learning has transformed security and fraud management strategies by delivering benefits that were previously difficult to manage with yesterday’s methods. Join us for an informative discussion of how trends in digital payments, AI and PII data collection continue to affect businesses and the legal and regulatory landscape at the same time.

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Time & Place

17 Oct 2018 from 15:00 to 17:00
LHoFT, 9 Rue du Laboratoire, 1911 Luxembourg Luxembourg

Target Audience

Experts and interested Professionals of the Financial Services Industry and the Cyber Security / IT Security field

Description

Featured Speakers:
• EJ Jackson, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Security & Fraud Solutions at First Data
• Nadia Manzari, Attorney & Partner at Schiltz & Schiltz and the former Head of the Innovation, Payments, Markets Infrastructures and Governance Department at the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF)

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