DT Fraud Conference 2017

Payments innovation, fraud risk management, cybercrime and the challenge of the post-industrial society”

Tuesday 4th April 2017

Agenda

8:30 Registrations – Tea and Coffee
9:00 Welcome and introduction – ChairmanJon Williams Strategy Director MK2 and Organisers
9:15 Speaker 1. – Mark Cobbett – FFA / UK Cards – Fraud trends and business / markets update. Analysis and predictions of what next for your fraud and risk management team.
10:00 Speaker 2. – Peter Bayley – VISA – payments company Strategic review of the market, key trends and challenges “Protecting and growing your business through tackling fraud” Global perspectives on the fight against card and payment fraud.
10:40 Speaker 3. – Adrian Jolly – A Jolly Consulting Ltd – Cyber Crime and Enterprise threats. Understand recent high profile banking incidents and learning points. What mandatory security requirements SWIFT users will now be required to meet, and consequences of not meeting them.  ‘Best practice’ security requirements.
11:20 Tea / coffee break
11:40 Speaker 4. – Jon Williams – Strategy Director -Managing Fraud to Grow and Protect Your Business
12:20 Speaker 5. – Kerry Davies – Abatis HDF -Protecting against malware and cyber crime challenges. Latest developments in protecting your business and its assets.
13:00 Lunch
14:15 Speaker 6. – Steve Cook – Director of Authentication Sales EMEA Daon – Biometrics – solutions and opportunities.
15:00 Speaker 7. – Mark Grainer – VP Sales Europe – Engage Hub with an Industry case study on fraud prevention challenges and initiatives. Managing customer relations and multi-channel communications. Working with MBNA to tackle their fraud challenge.
15:45 Coffee / tea break
16:05 Speaker 8. – Neil Smith, Regional Head of Issuer Sales and Partnership UK & EMEA Verifi Cardholder Dispute Resolution – Insight into the innovations of 2017 to resolve and deflect chargebacks upfront before they affect Issuers and Merchants
16:45 Speaker 9. – Steve Bickford – Fraud Prevention Manager at EVRY – Tackling the challenges of innovation in transactions and making fraud detection, investigating and prevention cost effective for the medium sized card business.
17:30 Conclusions from day 1 – Chairman
17:45 to 20:00 Networking Party – Sponsored drinks and canapé event

Wednesday 5th April 2017

8:30 Registrations – Tea and Coffee
9:00 Welcome
9:15 Speaker 10 – Matthew Attwell, Senior Manager AI Corporation – Using artificially intelligent and machine-based learning techniques to prevent fraud latest trends, developments in fraud and risk and innovations in prevention.
10:00 Speaker 11 – Eunice Johnson-Idan – CIFAS – E and M Commerce – Customer identification, on-line and mobile payments and mobile banking. Mobile / telcos / alternative payments – perspectives on the identity and fraud risks in payments
10:40 Speaker 12. –Keith Groves – MasterCard Europe – Fraud prevention initiatives and business strategy. What can be done to get best value from the increasing volume of on-line transactions – how to manage risks better. The impact on consumers.
11:20 Tea / coffee break
11:40 Speaker 13 – His Honour Judge Mark Lucraft QC  – Criminal and civil law update, recent cases and legal remedies, tackling international crime, data protection etc.
12:20 Speaker 14 – Andrew Churchill – Technology Strategy – A technical update on new products and services and the impact on fraud and risk management – what do you need to know! What should you worry about?
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Speaker 15 – Brian Kinch, Senior Manager – FICO and Chris Metalle of LTR Enterprices Ltd Innovation in fraud and risk management solutions, tackling the challenges as a card issuer, acquirer or merchant in building a profitable business
14:35 Speaker 16 – Kieran Hines, Ovum Business Leader – Consumer and business survey data – public perceptions on fraud and risk issues and initiatives to grow business
15:10 Speaker 17 –David Angell – Wordsmith Digital – Internet and Digital entrepreneur – Impact of social media on financial transactions and risk management – what should we expect in the next few years and what will be the impact of change?

 15:50                  Tea / Coffee Break

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 16:15                  Panel discussion – what will be the impact of PSD2 on Fraud Risk management?

                            What are the issues to watch in the evolution of Payments Services and

                            Data regulations – panel will include Jon Williams, Andrew Churchill.

 17:o0                  Conclusions and prize draw – Chairman

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 17:30                  Conference closes

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