Wednesday, January 7, 2015

This Year, Fraudsters are on the Prowl

"In the wake of recent security breaches, 63% of organizations have either adopted additional security measures or are planning to do so in the near future." -- AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey

It's been a year since some of the nation's largest retailers were targeted by fraudsters during the crush of holiday shopping. And from data breaches to account takeovers to e-commerce fraud, there's still trouble percolating.

Dissect the Latest Strategies for Fraud Prevention at APEX

At APEX, you'll take actionable steps to drill into the latest fraudster tactics, prevention strategies and technology aimed at protecting customers, retailers and banking & payment institutions alike.

Some of the strategies being dissected in February:
  • Preventing gift card fraud from employee and external forces, direct from loss prevention retail executives
  • Analysis on the migration from brick and mortar fraud to e-commerce, including the latest schemes
  • Technology that can avoid false positives and avert negative customer experiences
  • The impact of tokenization and ApplePay in fraud reduction
  • Latest info on EMV integration
  • Need-to-know information from the FBI, National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance and National Anti-ORC Association

Download the full agenda here.

By attending APEX, you'll take critical steps to protect your customers and your reputation - and stay ahead of fraudsters' evolving efforts to compromise the safety of your institution. Save up to $200 if you register by January 23rd! Use the code: XU2848BLOG | Register here.

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