Day 2 - Trends & Updates
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST
DYNAMIC PAYMENT SOLUTIONS
Troy Leach –Chief Technology Officer, PCI Security Standards Council
As new cyber threats emerge, and advances in technology change the way we conduct payments and secure them, now is the time to move away from static data towards dynamic data that cannot be used and repurposed for fraud. Attend this session to learn how the introduction of unique payment credentials and dynamic data is setting the course for payment security.
EMV Progress Report a Year Later
Moderator: Raymond Carter–Principal, First Annapolis Consulting
Georgia Stavrakis–Vice President, Heartland Payment Systems
Aliki Liadis-Hall –Director of Underwriting & Compliance, North American Bancard
VadeeneSisk –Vice President Loss Prevention and Disputes, Elavon
Last year, our panel discussed the current state of the EMV roll out, effective strategies for EMV migration and the risks at play. This year, we brought back the same panel to discuss EMV a year later. They will discuss the updates, what went right, what went wrong, and they will bring more tales from the frontline.
REGULATIONS THAT MATTER FOR THIRD-PARTY PROCESSORS
Marsha Jones –President, Third-Party Payment Processors Association
Jane Hennessy –Head of External Alliances, G2 Web Services
Third parties enabling payments take many forms, including TPPPs, PSPs, TPSs, PFs, ISOs, Digital Wallets, MSBs, MTs, to name a few. As they grow in size and number, these “nonbanks” are being regulated by new guidelines and consent orders.
The change in administration will further influence regulatory direction. Some rules will stay intact. Others will be rolled back. Banks and nonbanks alike will find some rules require continued compliance, while others may evaporate and open up new market opportunities.
Come to this session to learn the different obligations placed on different entity structures, what regulators are looking for and how the new administration may influence regulations. Presenters will share recent examples and case studies as well as tools and best practices for managing third-party relationships.
FRAUD TRENDS PANEL
A lively discussion is being planned to look at the trends in the fraud industry and what is being done. Current events will be tackled by our panel of experts. This always a great Q&A session, so bring your questions!
“ASK THE EXPERT” LUNCH
You can speak with some of the most insightful minds from the industry! Pull up a chair and ask their subject matter expert your toughest questions.
NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION –HOW TO SPOT HIGH-RISK MERCHANTS HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT
Niamh Lewis –Director of General Operations and Associate Product Counsel, LegitScript
This presentation will provide an overview of high-risk merchants that sell products such as designer drugs, bodybuilding injectables, and psychoactive botanicals, while hiding behind misleading marketing and fake disclaimers (including the now-classic "not for human consumption”). The presentation will provide plenty of real-world examples, so the audience can spot these types of bad actors going forward. It will also address areas of borderline legality, e.g., merchants selling plants that contain controlled substances.
KYC PARTNERING FOR SUCCESS
Greg Carmean–Director, Core Products and Data Strategy Organization, Experian
Everyone knows the importance of knowing your customer but the ‘how’ and ‘why’ are a bit tricky. We will discuss the importance of fraud prevention by consolidating the business and business owner data assets and analytics. This will be mix of fraud prevention and compliance information that can help you ‘know your customer’ and meet regulatory requirements.
EXPLORING A FRICTIONLESS WORLD WHILE BEING AML STRONG
Expect an in-depth look into the concept of a frictionless on-boarding/underwriting process. This session will explore what that means for organizations looking to augment their current process or begin a frictionless process, and how best to support sound AML pillars while remaining competitive. This session is designed for those searching for answers and those that already have a simplified underwriting flow and want to ensure they are covering off on critical risks.