Webinar: How to detect and prevent account takeover attacks and protect your customers
Date: Thursday, March 10, 2022
Time: 10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour
Fintechs and banks face a complex and highly organised cybercrime ecosystem. The 2019 Official Annual Cybercrime Report predicted that by 2021 cybercrime will cause annual losses of $6 trillion globally.
For cybercriminals, fintech accounts are a prime target for attacks. They use sophisticated tools and methods to gain access to your customers’ accounts and monetise this compromised data. Fintechs need robust protection in place, which is in line with their commitment to user experience.
By understanding the attack patterns and motivations behind account takeovers, fintechs and banks can achieve long-term deterrence against attacks and help protect their customers and business in the fight against cybercrime.
In this free webinar, experts from the banking and fintech industry will discuss:
- How bad actors target and monetise attacks against fintechs
- Nine types of fraud that threaten trust in users’ account security
- How increasingly unclear fraud signals allow attackers to access accounts undetected
- How to recognise account takeover patterns to detect attacks
- Steps you can take to deter cybercriminals against attacks and boost your protection
Speakers of the “Top trends driving account takeover attacks on fintechs and banks” webinar:
Head, Enterprise Fraud Management, Bank of Montreal (BMO)
Ash Khan is Head of Enterprise Fraud Management and leads the Banks efforts to manage external fraud. Prior to his role at BMO, Ash spent several years as the CISO for the Consumer Banking Division of Citi Group where he was accountable for security of the Global Consumer portfolio of products, services, applications and data spanning online, mobile, voice, Branch and ATM channels. While at Citi, he also managed the Consumer Cyber Financial Crimes program, developing and deploying capabilities to manage fraud. Accountable for driving the Citi PCI DSS Program, Ash represented Citi on the PCI Council Board of Advisors.
With a diverse background in Information Security, Fraud, Enterprise Architecture and Infrastructure, Ash has held leadership positions in several Fortune 100 organizations. He holds a Master of Science in Computing from Imperial College London and is a graduate in Pure and Applied Physics from University College London. Ash is a certified CISSP, CISM, CISA, CRISC, PCI ISA and CIPP/US.
Principal Consultant, FICO
James is Principal Consultant within the Fraud domain at FICO, covering the EMEA region. He joined FICO in early 2020 after working in fraud and business transformation functions at a number of major global banks. James has substantial experience in both UK and European markets and has a strong background on delivering strategy and solutions for clients across EMEA, driven by regulatory initiatives including 3-D Secure 2, PSD2 and Open Banking alongside a specific domain focus on Scams and Social Engineering.
VP Product Marketing, Arkose Labs
Lizzie Clitheroe is a cybersecurity specialist, heading up Arkose Labs’ product marketing team. In this role she delivers data-driven insights into fraud and authentication trends. She also is on the leadership team of UK-based non-profit, The Cyber Helpline, which provides free emergency assistance to the victims of cybercrime. Lizzie has 10+ years’ experience working for fast-growth security vendors spanning fraud prevention, network security, and application security.
Editor, FinTech Futures
Paul Hindle is editor at FinTech Futures. He has over 7 years’ experience in editorial, production and management roles for print and online publishing companies. He was previously News Editor for a global technology news start-up and has overseen the production and publication of over 500 books for two market-leading academic and technology publishing houses.