Cyber Crime & Justice: The Need for Public/Private Collaboration
Cyber Crime & Justice: The Need for Public/Private Collaboration

Fraud Summit Video Series - New York 2013 - Earlier this year, the U.S. Attorney's Office in NJ announced indictments in the largest online fraud case ever prosecuted - 160 million cards compromised over a seven-year period, involving organizations such as NASDAQ, 7-Eleven and Heartland Payment Systems.

Erez Liebermann is lead prosecutor on this case and in this session will review: How the case came together, the criticality of public/private collaboration, and how the evolving threat landscape will challenge future fraud prosecutions.


The Fraud Summit was a one-day event focused exclusively on the top fraud trends impacting organizations and the mitigation strategies to overcome those challenges.

Attendees heard from top experts in the industry on topics ranging from account takeover and mobile banking to the insider threat and the latest insights from ISMG's annual Faces of Fraud survey.

The entire Fraud Summit 2013 video series:

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