Fighting Fraud: A Live Q&A with Matthew Speare of M&T Bank
How is one of the nation's top 20 bank holding companies fighting fraud? Find out directly from Matthew Speare, Senior Vice President of Information Technology for M&T Bank Corporation, as he spends an hour taking your questions about a variety of banking fraud topics, including:
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- Account takeover trends and the impact of the FFIEC authentication guidance;
- Evolution and impact of banking Trojans and mobile malware;
- Re-emergence of old fraud schemes - but with new twists that hinder detection.
Do not miss this exclusive opportunity to get your fraud questions answered real-time by a renowned banking/security leader.
Payment card fraud. Phishing. Account takeover. These are among the top forms of fraud currently afflicting banking institutions, according to ISMG's 2013 Faces of Fraud survey.
And despite implementing many of the controls recommended in the 2011 FFIEC Authentication Guidance, institutions say account takeover incidents and losses really have not diminished.
Add to this mix the ongoing risks from check fraud, the insider threat and banking Trojans, and you have the makings of a lively conversation with an outspoken banking/security leader.
Register for this exclusive session and talk fraud with Matthew Speare, Senior Vice President of Information Technology for M&T Bank Corporation, the 17th largest bank holding company in the U.S.
Got a specific question for Speare? Submit it in advance and make sure your question is directly in front of him as he offers his experiences and insights as he expands upon topics discussed in previous webinars dedicated to mobile banking, DDoS defense and ISMG's Faces of Fraud research. Among the topics he is expected to discuss:
- FFIEC Guidance and whether it's had a positive impact on reducing account takeover;
- The evolution and impact of banking Trojans and mobile malware;
- How to detect and defend against today's sophisticated DDoS attacks, which can serve as a cover for fraud behind the scenes;
- New twists on old fraud schemes.
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