Long-term fraud prevention: Increasing friction for fraudsters, not customers

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Security leaders in London are invited to join this roundtable dinner on ‘Long-term fraud prevention: Increasing friction for fraudsters, not customers’.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary.

Long-term fraud prevention: Increasing friction for fraudsters, not customers

Fraudsters are constantly reaching new levels of sophistication, as seen with the rapid rise of new schemes such as vishing and smishing. Reactive intrusion detection systems (IDSs) and passive security communications with customers are no longer sufficient in curbing aggressive attacks that progress into fraudulent transactions.

In today’s risk landscape, security leaders must establish more adaptive and pre-emptive defense systems that even the most adept fraudsters cannot easily permeate. Financial organisations must leverage progressive signature- and anomaly-based intrusion prevention systems (IPSs), which are essential in establishing proactive measures that deter fraudsters from the onset—well before they even mark their target customers and sites.

  • What trends in fraud are plaguing the financial industry today? 
  • How can organisations effectively diminish any economic incentive behind fraud?
  • What innovations in information security can be leveraged as a buffer between fraudsters and customers without sacrificing user experience?

Balthazar London

4-6 Russell St, London WC2B 5HZ, United Kingdom
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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.

Join leaders interested in discussing the current state of the fraud and risk landscape as well as the technologies and best practices companies can adopt in order to unlock long-term prevention.

Job titles may include CISO, VP of Security, Director of Security, and other senior decision-makers.

6:00 PM: Arrival of guests and drink reception
6:30 PM: Welcoming and opening address by The Ortus Club
6:40 PM: Short introduction by Arkose Labs
6:45 PM: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
7:15 PM: Appetizers are served
7:45 PM: Discussion ends, mains are served
8:15 PM: Desserts, coffee and tea are served, and guests are encouraged to stay and network
9:30 PM: Guests normally start to leave

Hosted by Arkose Labs

Event Detail

Thursday, September 29, 2022 18:00

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