This is a call for papers for professionals dealing with banking channel fraud payments and transaction systems from an operational, strategic and technical perspective. Take heed of this opportunity to address the latest fraud trends and prevention approaches at this upcoming financial event.
The Banking Fraud Management Conference will be held in Johannesburg on 9 and 10 October 2013. With the great success of previously hosted banking conferences, TCI has once again received queries and requests to host this financial event.
The objective of the conference is to provide insight into the development, dynamics, innovation, technology, management and challenges of the fraud segment on both a national and international basis. Attendees will obtain favourable knowledge from industry leaders and walk away with a greater understanding of the industry as a whole.
Topics are provisionally divided into the following main categories:
-Multi-channels and transactional fraud
-Emerging instruments and trends in fraud
-Combating multi-channel fraud and corruption
-Stop insider fraud: internal employees advanced fraudsters
-Whistle blowing culture
-A world of first-party fraud
FRAUD PREVENTION STRATEGIES
-Profitable internet scam: phishing
-Detect and stop web-based fraud
-Combating ATM fraud
-Be proactive in the fight against internal fraud
Factors of authentication
-Signalling the threat of fraud before customers fall prey
MONITOR, MONITOR, MONITOR
-Fraud monitoring plays a critical role in channels
-Risk-based transaction monitoring
-Managing the risk of fraud in mobile money
-Securing the internet channel
-Contactless payments: security flaws vs. shorter queues
FRAUD DETECTION AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT
-Early detection is key
-Fraud in electronic banking transactions: Who is liable- customer or the bank?
IMPROVING FRAUD MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES
-Fighting fraud through new models: big data and predictive analytics
-Wrangling Big Data to Detect Fraud
-Insight on the application of analytics to the fraud challenge
COMPLYING WITH BANKING INDUSTRY STANDARDS
-Establishing an effective information security management system
-Information security governance in the channel
-POPI Bill: data leakages, data loss and unauthorised access
-Awareness and training: reinforcing corporate security policies
-Incident response and best practices
Speaking at this event will offer you the following benefits:
•Your name and profile will be featured in our promotional brochure, and on our website, as well as in all our email PR campaigns that is designed to increase interest in the conference and your presentation.
Your presentations will form part of the complimentary digital material distributed to all our delegates. In addition, your name, biography, company and designation will be featured on the TCI web-site and all web-based marketing tools.