Webinar: The future of payment protection – biometric authentication
Date: Tuesday, September 06, 2022
Time: 02:00 PM British Summer Time
Duration: 1 hour
Stopping ATO fraud and staying PSD2 SCA compliant with biometric authentication
ATO fraud rose by 90% per cent in 2021 – and despite multi-factor authentication (MFA) being mandated in Europe – fraud is only getting more sophisticated and costly.
In this free webinar, brought to you by FinTech Futures and Keyless, our expert speakers will discuss how businesses can strengthen their fraud defences with biometric authentication. You’ll learn:
- How fraud has evolved in the past two years under PSD2 SCA
- The strengths and weaknesses of biometric authentication for account protection
- How to implement stronger fraud defences without hurting the customer experience
Speakers of the “The future of payment protection” webinar:
VP Pre-Sales and Customer Success, Keyless
Ruhan is the VP of Pre-Sales and Customer Success and joins Keyless having spent five years working for BioCatch and its subsidiaries. Ruhan is a technical specialist and advises Keyless prospects and customers on market trends and product application. Originally from South Africa, Ruhan is based in London and holds a Bachelor’s degree from Stellenbosch University.
VP Products, Keyless
Gal has over a decade of experience in enterprise security product management and technology leadership, having worked at large organisations such as IBM and Palo Alto. He has also led and executed strategy for multiple start-ups. Gal is part of the Keyless leadership team, where he focuses on the implementation of both customer and workforce products. Based in Tel Aviv, Gal has a BSc in Software Engineering and an MBA from INSEAD.
Reporter, Fintech Futures
Shruti Khairnar is a reporter at FinTech Futures, covering all aspects of financial services news and innovations in the space. She has previously worked as a reporter for Sustainabonds, ESG Investor and the Hindustan Times, and has an MA in Magazine Journalism from City, University of London.
Brought to you by Keyless