Location intelligence benefits the entire merchant ecosystem

  • Allen Ambrogio, U.S Director of Operations, Tipico

    Geolocation is one of the best fraud prevention tools we have.

    Allen Ambrogio, U.S Director of Operations, Tipico
  • Mark Dawes, former Vice President – Sales & Partnerships, Accertify

    Location is typically one of the variables that a fraudster will try to spoof to hide their true identity.

    Mark Dawes, former Vice President – Sales & Partnerships, Accertify
  • Jarod Koopman, Director, IRS – Criminal Investigations (CI)

    I think there’s a great benefit to the financial sector in partnering with third-party companies to develop and institute advanced location signaling.

    Jarod Koopman, Director, IRS – Criminal Investigations (CI)
  • FINRA Shares Practices Firms Use to Protect Customers From Online Account Takeover Attempts

    There are a variety of factors that firms and vendors may incorporate into their authentication system and processes to verify a customer’s identity, including…geolocation information.

    FINRA Shares Practices Firms Use to Protect Customers From Online Account Takeover Attempts
  • Karen Boyer, VP, Financial Crimes and Fraud Intelligence, People’s United Bank

    With the AML reform, which focuses on innovation, I’m hoping that the standard of authentication has risen away from IP. I think that’s a bit archaic. Authentication needs to start getting into geo-fencing and geo-data: the actual location of the devices.

    Karen Boyer, VP, Financial Crimes and Fraud Intelligence, People’s United Bank

Don’t miss our panel at MRC Vegas Virtual 2021!

Insider Views from Washington: The Intersection of Next Generation Data Privacy and Fighting Digital Fraud

Thursday, September 23rd at 12:45 p.m. PT.

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About the panel

Digital fraud, financial crime and cyber threats are evolving at breakneck speed. Organizations must be constantly vigilant, and invest in the latest innovative tools to gain real-time access to meaningful data to get in front of new and emerging threats.

At the same time, the changing privacy and data governance laws and regulations are creating new challenges for merchants to access, analyze and evaluate the essential data that they need to fine-tune their risk models and stay one step ahead of fraudsters.

Gain new insight and perspectives on:

  • checkmark Evolving data privacy and data governance policy priorities under the Biden-Harris Administration
  • checkmark Upcoming regulatory changes that may impact your risk models
  • checkmark The importance of leveraging effective and innovative data signals – including advanced geolocation data – to combat fraud, financial crime and cyber threats
  • checkmark Best practices for merchants to ensure your organization is leveraging the most powerful data available while also adhering to complex regulatory requirements
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Panelists

Our esteemed panel includes experts in law enforcement, fraud prevention, regulations, and eCommerce.

  • checkmark Tara Sullivan, IRS – CI, Special Agent in Charge, Las Vegas Field Office
  • checkmark Allen Ambrogio, Director of Operations, Tipico
  • checkmark Jamal El Hindi, Counsel, Clifford Chance
  • checkmark Moderator: Elizabeth Cronan, VP, Government Relations, GeoComply
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