Enabling Trusted Identity and Guarding Against Deception in the Digital Age

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Tuesday, November 21st, 11:00 SGT

IT, Risk, Data, and Security leaders in Singapore are invited to join this in-person masterclass on ‘Enabling Trusted Identity and Guarding Against Deception in the Digital Age’.

Participants can expect a stimulating program in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary.

Enabling Trusted Identity and Guarding Against Deception in the Digital Age

A trusted Identity is the primary accelerator of the digital economy. It makes secure global commerce possible, enables seamless customer experiences, fuels financial inclusion, and fights fraud. However, in the evolving digital marketplace, deception techniques are also intensifying. Sophisticated scams now challenge businesses, but AI and Machine Learning emerge as formidable defenses, swiftly identifying fraudulent anomalies. Biometrics, including device fingerprinting, enhance security by generating unique device identifiers and streamlining fraud detection. Collaboration and being able to exchange rich identity data globally and at scale is key; businesses, data and technology providers, governments, and law enforcement are uniting to combat fraud, emphasizing the importance of breaking silos.

For companies eyeing cross-border expansion, understanding digital identities in new markets is crucial. Leveraging data partnerships, integrating with local stakeholders, and using advanced tech like biometric authentication strengthens defenses. As 2024 approaches, having an integrated approach to the identity market ensures a robust shield against the ever-advancing threats of deception.

  • How are AI and Machine Learning revolutionizing the detection and prevention of digital fraud?
  • What role do biometrics play in enhancing security for businesses in the modern digital landscape?
  • How can cross-sector collaboration between businesses, governments, and law enforcement optimize fraud prevention in cross-border expansions?
  • How do we secure the entire verification and authentication lifecycle?

Skai Suites – Swissotel The Stamford

2 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178882 | Google Maps

The Ortus Club hosts knowledge-sharing discussions in the best private dining rooms in the world. These venues provide an elegant high-end atmosphere and impeccable table service.

Attended by leaders interested in leveraging cutting-edge technologies like AI, machine learning, and device fingerprinting to address the growing threats of scams and fraud. 

Job titles may include CDOs, CISOs, CROs, CIOs, CTOs, VPs, Heads, Directors and Senior Managers of Risk, Fraud, Product, Data Science, IT and other relevant executives and professionals, Head of Fraud & Risk Management, Chief Information Security Officer, Chief Digital Officer as well as other senior decision-makers.

For insight on this event, photos and guest interactions, see our post on LinkedIn.

11:00 AM: Registration, Networking, and Drinks Reception
11:30 AM: Welcoming address by The Ortus Club
11:35 AM: Introduction to TrustDecision & Mastercard Identity
11:45 AM: Panel Discussion
12:05 PM: Q&A 
12:15 PM: Closing Remarks, Lunch is served
1:00 PM: Coffee, Tea and Networking


CO-FOUNDER | Tongdun Group
| TrustDecision

Jackal Ma is a visionary leader with a remarkable track record in using technology to drive positive social impact. With over three decades of experience in managing businesses across North America, Australia, Asia, and Europe, he is a seasoned executive in both technology and business. As the Co-founder of Tongdun Group and Chairman of TrustDecision, Jackal has spearheaded numerous initiatives that focus on inclusiveness, financial integrity, and the elimination of fraud, leaving a lasting imprint on the technology and financial industries.



Jim Luo is an accomplished professional with a diverse and extensive background in Banking, ICT, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Fintech, and Digital Fraud Prevention. As the Regional Director of APAC for TrustDecision, he plays a pivotal role in shaping the company’s strategies and solutions to address the evolving challenges of online identity and fraud for businesses across the Asia-Pacific region.



Nick Stipp is the VP and General Manager Asia Pacific for Mastercard Identity. He leads the
company’s expansion efforts in the region where Mastercard Identity has had a physical
presence since 2020. Originally from Canada, he has been based in Asia since 2008, having lived first in Beijing and now Singapore since 2015. He has held business leadership roles driving new products and regional expansion in both MNC and start-up organizations here. He holds bachelor’s degrees from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from New York University.

Hosted by Mastercard Identity and TrustDecision

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Tuesday, November 21, 2023 11:00

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