Day 1 - Regulatory Focus
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST
EXPLORING THE WORLD OF CYBER CRIME, MOTIVATIONS AND TACTICS
Jon Miller –Chief Research Officer, Cylance Inc.
We will discuss the different threat actors present today in the international cyber crime arena, talk about their tactics, motivations, and what can be done to prevent these breaches from happening to you and your organization. Followed by a brief review of some of the largest most notable breaches, and how their controls were subverted.
LESSONS LEARNED THROUGH INVESTIGATION
Roberto Anguizola–Attorney, Federal Trade Commission
Department of Justice Attorney
Moderator: Jason Burt –Attorney
Jeremy Johnson and iWorksbecame comfortable with lying and deceiving to keep the business alive at the expense of the processing industry. This session will be an in-depth exploration of the lessons learned by both the FTC and DOJ and how their new understanding of our industry affects you. Representatives from the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice will share their thoughts on what they have learned and how they now view the acquiring industry.
MASTERCARD PRESENTATION AND UPDATE ON CURRENT FRAUD AND BRAM TRENDS
Jeffrey D. De Petro–Business Leader, Customer Performance Integrity, MasterCard
TBD, Business Leader, US Customer Fraud Management, MasterCard
This panel will discuss the current state of the industry from a unique MasterCard perspective. Separate topics will include our panelist discussing BRAM and fraud trends and the current landscape.
VISA PRESENTATION & UPDATE
Elizabeth Scofield–Director / Global Brand Protection
The specifics of Visa’s presentation is still being formulated. Each year, Visa does a wonderful update and engaging topic.
“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.
SMART RISK MANAGEMENT Are single point detection systems still the answer? Our expert in the field will be presenting best practices that you can take back to your organization to implement. He’ll provide solutions to the challenges that balance customer service, friction and fraud.
G2 Web Services Presents:
TRANSACTION LAUNDERING 2017: CYBERCRIMINALS AND ACQUIRERS ADAPT Dan Frechtling–Chief Product & Marketing Officer, G2 Web Services Marcus Smith–Senior Vice President, Risk Management, iPayment Transaction Laundering is not new, however it is constantly evolving. Last year the community of acquirers, PFs, PSPs, ISOs and alternative payments took Transaction Laundering more seriously than ever before. Together they terminated a record number of launderers. But the perpetrators are back, and they’ve adapted. Payment laundering, cryptocurrencies and wallets are just a few new tactics launderers utilize. The merchant acquiring industry must deploy counter-measures to stop them. Experts from G2 and a leading acquirer present real examples and the latest laundering tactics to strengthen your defense, utilizing tools such as data science, conventional investigations and the Merchant Map®.
THE ACH NETWORK: PROGRESS AND PATHWAYS TO FASTER PAYMENTS
Jeanette A. Fox, AAP–Senior Director, Risk Investigations, NACHA
NACHA will be presenting exciting new changes and enhancements to the ACH Network that directly affect ACH originators and third parties. There’s last year’s Phase 1 and the upcoming Phase 2 along with a new rule for Third-Party Senders. Learn and be prepared for these exciting changes in the ACH Network!
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.
SITUATION ROOM: GLOBAL FRAUD 2017 AND BEYOND
Rich Stuppy – Chief Operating Officer, Kount
Real-life examples of what the fraudsters are up to. See examples of fraudsters tools and methods for committing modern fraud. Learn mitigation techniques gleaned from thousands of businesses fighting fraud across billions of transactions/events. Learn how to construct a business plan that can provide high margin revenue and customer retention for your processing business.
TURNING PCI UPSIDE DOWN
Determining PCI DSS scope for businesses can get complicated. SecurityMetrics' new product simplifies the process to help businesses determine their scope more easily and quickly.
Security Metrics presents:
Turning PCI Upside Down
Russ Stay – VP, Business Operations, SecurityMetrics
Determining PCI DSS scope for businesses can get complicated. SecurityMetrics’ new product simplifies the process to help businesses determine their scope more easily and quickly.