The 90-minute session is sponsored by Attachmate, LexisNexis Risk Solutions and ThreatMetrix, and it will feature insight from Matthew Speare, SVP of IT at M&T Bank, as well as Mark Benoit, Security Specialist, Attachmate Corporation; Michael Smith, Fraud Market Planning Lead, LexisNexis Risk Solutions; and Alisdair Faulkner, Chief Products Officer, ThreatMetrix.
About the session: Layered security is one of the core tenets of the new FFIEC Authentication Guidance - and it's perhaps the most effective strategy for detecting and preventing banking fraud schemes. But what are some of today's most mature approaches to layered security, and how are banking institutions employing them to detect and prevent fraud at the transaction level and beyond?
Join a distinguished panel of industry experts to learn:
- The types of layered security controls prescribed by the FFIEC, and what examiners will be looking for from institutions starting in January 2012;
- Tips from banking institutions that are already deploying layered controls such as knowledge-based authentication, device identification, behavioral monitoring, anomaly detection and cross-channel pattern analysis;
- Emerging technologies that will enable more efficient and effective ways to know their customers, improve fraud detection and create layered protection across all maintenance activities and customer devices.
For more information about this webinar, please visit: FFIEC Guidance: How to Use Layered Security to Fight Fraud.
Matthew Speare, M&T Bank
Matthew Speare is responsible for Information Technology Operations, Telecommunications and Networking, Platform Design and Support, Information Security and IT Risk Management, and Business Continuity Planning and Disaster Recovery. He is responsible for strategic planning of Infrastructure and Security resources in support of business objectives.
Mark Benoit, Attachmate
Mark Benoit has worked for 15+ years as a security consultant to many of the largest institutions in the U.S. An expert in security strategy and implementation, he is currently an Attachmate Security Expert focused primarily on fraud and privacy initiatives for U.S. banks, healthcare institutions, and government agencies. Just prior to joining Attachmate, Mark worked at Verizon Business supporting the sixth largest bank in the U.S. and several other Fortune 100 companies. Mark is recognized for his deep knowledge of security, fraud, and privacy issues and frequently comments on issues of security and risk for the media. He received a BA from Washington State University and completed The Management Program at the University of Washington.
Michael Smith, LexisNexis Risk Solutions
Michael Smith is responsible for fraud market planning for LexisNexis Risk Solutions driving conceptual design and implementation of solutions that organizations need in alleviating fraud risk for their enterprises. Prior to LexisNexis, Michael was a Fraud Risk Manager for the Americas' at General Electric (GE Money), Manager of Fraud Policy for Direct Merchant's Credit Card Bank, and Fraud Risk Specialist for Certegy and Equifax Card Services.
Alisdair Faulkner, ThreatMetrix
Alisdair Faulkner is an online and mobile revenue and risk leader who delivers mission critical technologies for the world's most trusted brands. Mr. Faulkner is a noted industry expert in issues relating to online fraud, device identification, cybercrime, identity theft, information security and networking technology. He is a sought out industry commenter appearing at industry forums such as the Anti-Phishing Working Group, CyberSource Payment Summit and Experian Vision Conference and the Merchant Risk Conference.
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