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This session provides a revealing 'walk-through' of the inner workings of today's organized financial crime enterprise. It illustrates how these virtual, viral and technologically-savvy organizations mimic the sophistication and best practices of the most progressive 21st century business models. Don't miss this rare glimpse inside the latest financial crime schemes.
- Understanding why cybercrime has skyrocketed as a financial crime threat
- Identifying methods by which cybercriminals infiltrate financial institutions and hijack bank accounts
- Adopting best practices for "defense in-depth" or "layered security" to help banks protect against modern day financial crimes
The Atlanta Fed recently indicated that demand deposit accounts (DDA) are a prime target for fraudsters - especially because of multiple access points (e.g. online, mobile and ATM). DDA fraud losses are estimated at $5-7 billion a year and expected to grow at an annual rate of 7%.
This complimentary 1 hour webinar touches on:
- New Account Fraud
- Check Kiting
- Online Account Takeover
It highlights how details such as ACH codes, check MICR number and cash break-out of ATM deposits can be the most revealing clues that a fraudster is exploiting a demand deposit account.
Chris Swecker outlines steps to convergence (people, processes and technology), the interconnection between financial crimes and the advantages, obstacles, and myths of converging fraud and AML. He also discusses separate fraud and AML common processes and highlights how shared processes will make your financial institution more efficient and effective. Learn about FRAML and how it can help improve separate Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and fraud detection processes, including: 3 dimensions of consolidation; 4 categories of increased effectiveness; shortcomings of siloed anti-fraud and AML; ways various size FIs have implemented consolidation; the benefits of consolidation; best practices for embarking on a consolidation initiative;
The webinar reveals the sophisticated modus operandi of today’s organized fraud rings and illustrates why it is essential for financial institutions to intensify their fraud prevention defenses.
Highlights include the ten specializations of a typical organized fraud ring and the inner workings of underground carding and "fraud as a service" forums.
There’s a new breed of money launderer in town whose game is more sophisticated than ever. They take 'organized' crime to a whole new level.
This webinar features a cast of fictitious characters who re-enact some savvy money laundering plays (e.g. common receiver, joint structuring, householding, etc.). It’s an absolute must for your institution to be in the know!
Financial Institutions across the country are increasingly challenged to protect themselves and their customers from financial crime. This webinar provides a broad based overview of today's anti-financial crime landscape. It touches on some of the industry's progressive advances as well as areas of growing concern.
- Anti-Money Laundering Processes - Varying Stages of Maturity
- Internal Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU)
- Strengthening Fraud Protection - Multiple Safeguards
- Anti-financial Crime Technology - Latest Developments
- Detection Accuracy - Data as the Crucial Factor
- Growing Threats - Malware, Organized Fraud Rings, etc.
Card fraud has become a significant problem for financial institutions around the globe and is expected to increase as consumers continue to rely on both debit and credit cards. This informative web seminar will review emerging and international trends for this financial crime and discuss how the anatomies of various card fraud schemes—debit-card fraud, in particular—have evolved to an unprecedented level of sophistication and orchestration. Presenters will also highlight how detection of common point of compromise is crucial to the industry’s efforts to curtail this growing epidemic.
VP, Fraud Management
RBC Royal Bank
Senior Technical Sales (co-founder)
Due to the high level of demand, we are replaying our recent ACAMS webinar, featuring Chris Swecker, retired Executive Assistant Director of the FBI and former Global Security Director of Bank of America.
The world of anti-money laundering and anti-fraud is currently under a high magnification microscope. Regulators are scrutinizing financial institutions’ safeguards and change appears to be the order of the day. This webinar provides a broad brush overview of what seems to be an unprecedented level of intense attention and activity in the world of anti-financial crime.
During this webinar, Chris Swecker and Verafin co-founder, Brendan Brothers discuss:
- Advance Notice of Proposed Rule Making (ANPRM) on Customer Due Diligence (CDD) for Financial Institutions
- Escalation of Organized Cyber Crime
- Linkages between Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Financial Crime: Real Life Cases
- Recent BSA Violations and Exam Findings
- US Government Hearings on Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Organized Crime
- FinCEN: New Director at the helm
- FinCEN: BSA IT Modernization Program
EVP & Chief Risk Officer
Bangor Savings Bank
The exploding growth in malware designed to facilitate financial crime—and the alarming increase in corporate account takeovers—poses a major threat to financial institutions and their customers. Does your institution have robust systems in place to protect your customer data and prevent online banking fraud? Attend this one-hour webinar to understand the escalating threat of cyber fraud and its impact on your organization. Let expert speakers provide an overview on the latest developments in ACH and online banking fraud, best practices for protection and prevention, and review the importance of layered security, a key recommendation by regulators and industry experts.
One lucky webinar attendee will win a new iPad 3!
Card fraud is a significant problem for financial institutions around the globe and expected to increase as consumers continue to rely on both debit and credit cards. This webinar will review emerging and international trends for this financial crime and discuss how the anatomies of various card fraud schemes - debit-card fraud, in particular - have evolved to an unprecedented level of sophistication and orchestration. It will also highlight how detection of common point of compromise is crucial to the industry's efforts to curtail this growing epidemic.
This year the Atlanta Fed declared that "the most fraud vulnerable instrument available today is the paper check."
They reported that the unit cost of fraud for every check written had doubled in the last 6 years even though aggregate check volume had fallen 26%. They also indicated that annual check fraud losses had hit a record high.
This webinar provides a broad overview of check fraud - one of the simplest but most prevalent financial crimes.
- Trends and Typologies (including RDC)
- Types (kiting; counterfeit; forged & altered; etc.)
- Example Scenarios
- Best Practices & Red Flags
Combating debit card fraud on a case by case basis is quickly becoming a losing battle. This webinar will illustrate how identifying Common Points of Purchase (CPP) is crucial to a financial institution's efforts to curtail escalating losses from the growing epidemic of debit card fraud.
This webinar highlights:
- Overview of Common Point of Purchase (CPP) Concept
- Four (4) CPP Identification Scenarios (varying levels of loss prevention)
- Current High Profile Fraud Cases (CPP as the underlying factor)
- Tips to Identify CPP (without an automated solution)
With over a third of Americans now turning to the web to carry out their daily banking tasks, online banking fraud is more of a concern then ever. Criminals are increasingly turning to the web as a preferred channel to wreak havoc on your customer's banking accounts.
But how are they doing it? And how can you protect both your bank and customers? We are offering a free educational webinar that examines the threats posed by cybercriminals. By attending this webinar you will better understand:
- The methods of attack, like spear phishing and man-in-the-browser,that criminals use to infiltrate online banking accounts.
- How successful attacks occur.
- Possible red flags that indicate your customers are under attack.
- Potential best practices to help you protect your bank and customers.
Learn more about FRAML and how it can help improve separate Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and fraud detection processes.
- 3 dimensions of consolidation - people, processes and technology
- 4 categories of increased effectiveness
- shortcomings of siloed anti-fraud and AML
- ways various size financial institutions have implemented consolidation
- research on the benefits of consolidation
- best practices for embarking on a consolidation initiative
This webinar discusses how to maximize the value of the information you collect at account opening and the profiles in your customer identification program. It highlights the shortcomings of an account opening process that operates in a vacuum and illustrates how integrating the account opening process with ongoing risk management initiatives is instrumental to more accurate customer risk rating.
Learn how "real-time" risk scoring strengthens a bank's protection against financial crime. Conventional risk scoring can leave your bank exposed to fraudsters and money launderers. Real-time risk scoring continuously gauges a bank's potential exposure to risk for each and every customer.
Join us as three customers discuss how regulatory compliance automation has positively impacted their regulatory exam experiences.
Flash attacks. Ghost machines. Organized crime. This free webinar will explore how the criminal underworld perpetrates debit card fraud. You'll also learn how you can use technology to fight back against signature and PIN based attacks.
Skimming, tsunamis, chameleons - debit fraud schemes are on the rise. In this webinar we talk about the latest in debit card fraud, and share our experiences in how to detect it.
Discover how combining FACTA red flags with a next-generation transaction monitoring system can help improve your ability to detect identity theft. This webinar discusses some of the common problems banks face when trying to catch identity fraud and how we can help.
See how new technology allows you to build a more efficient fraud and money laundering process.
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