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The Dark Side: Financial Crimes and Identity Theft

Date Venue Presentations
Wed, Feb 23rd, 2011 2:00pm
Wed, Feb 23rd, 2011 5:00pm
345 Park Avenue
New York, New York 10154
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Dress: Business Casual
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Financial Crime is nothing new; however, the ways in which financial crime is being committed are changing. Criminals are increasingly using Information Technology (IT) to commit crime. The underlying threat of financial crime is a risk of doing business. Costs include, but may not be limited to, recovery actions, investigation, external legal advice, eForensic/data compromise related investigations/review and associated security costs recruitment, re-training and the potential negative impact on operational delivery.

Individuals and organized crime groups have historically targeted financial institutions to obtain account information and funds by exploiting vulnerabilities through a variety of fraudulent schemes. Organized criminals have developed these schemes from traditional fraud scams, embracing the opportunities provided by multiple business channels, in particular online/eCrime. The value of customer information has been recognized by organized crime for many years with theft and or compromise of customer sensitive information increasing at an alarming rate.

Security professionals are in the front lines of the war against financial crime. This program features speakers from various organizations who will share war stories and offer guidance to help you manage financial risk in your organizations.

Presenters include:

  • Roel Schouwenberg, Senior Anti-virus Researcher, Americas, Global Research and Analysis Team, Kaspersky
  • Victor W. Lessoff, Special Agent in Charge, IRS, Criminal Investigation Newark Field Office
  • Tim Brown, SVP and Chief Security Architect, CA Technologies

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