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Quarterly Fraud Review 4-Part Series: Members Only

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Event Details*
Quarterly Fraud Review Part 1: Friday, March 18,2022
Quarterly Fraud Review Part 2: Friday, June 17, 2022
Quarterly Fraud Review Part 3: Friday, September 16, 2022
Quarterly Fraud Review Part 4: Friday, November 04, 2022

10:00 - 11:30 am ET
Webinar; 1.8 AAP/APRP/NCP CEU Eligible (per each session)
Learning Level: Intermediate

Event Registration**
Member Price: $650.00
Non-Member Price: Members Only
**Must register before March 18, 2022 to receive this price


Tired of reading headline after headline of fraud, without benefit of mitigation strategies or actionable intel? We are too. So, we’ve created the Quarterly Fraud Review to provide organizations of any size with fraud trends complete with the most successful mitigation strategies!

Each session will feature relevant fraud trends presented by an expert, and NEACH staff will address transaction handling as applicable. These interactive sessions allow attendees the opportunity to contribute, share what they are seeing, and what they find is working (or not working) in the fight against fraud.

From embezzlement to the new methods of account takeover, and BEC to ransomware – no subject is off limits!

Registered attendees may submit ideas for topics by emailing Rayleen Pirnie at rpirnie@neach.org.

*Agendas for each session will be available approx. 6 weeks prior to each session date.


AGENDA FOR 3/18/2022

  • Signed, Sealed and Stolen – how fraudsters are pilfering checks from drop boxes and both altered and counterfeit checks are entering US FIs as a result. Special Guest speakers Susan Girton, United States Postal Inspector and Robert Voets, Fraud Investigator for Ion Bank. 
  • Cash for Creds – bad actors are surfing the net looking for disgruntled employees, then offering to pay cash for your account holder’s credentials and even internal network admin credentials. 
  • From Phished to Deep Fakes – There’s a new twist to Synthetic ID Fraud since the start of the pandemic. With an estimated $600 billion in losses in just the US, we need to revisit what synthetic identity fraud looks like and take appropriate actions now. 

Please note that The Quarterly Fraud Review sessions do not allow multiple users to register at no additional cost. The registration cost listed above is per person.


In this session attendees will:
• Compare fraud trends in different parts of the country
• Evaluate red flags of each fraud type
• Analyze mitigation and/or investigation strategies (as applicable)
• Examine applicable guidance or laws
• Categorize valuable resources
• Create an action items list for your organization


Speakers:
Rayleen M. Pirnie, BCJ, AAP, CERP, Director, Risk & Fraud, NEACH


Audience:
• AAPs
• ACH Coordinator
• APRPs
• Associate Members
• Audit
• Card
• Card Processing
• Check
• Check Processing/RDC
• Corporate Members
• Cybersecurity
• Electronic Banking
• Executive/Senior Management
• Financial Institutions
• NCPs
• Operations
• Product Management
• Reg E
• Retail Banking/Front Line Staff
• Risk/Compliance
• Rule Book Contact
• Teller Training
• Training Director
• Treasury Management
• Wire


You might also like:
• Who's Calling? Social Engineering Fraud
• ACH Fraud: From the Rules and Beyond
• Financial Elder Exploitation



*Please note that the access information will be sent to you in a separate email upon receipt of payment. Access information and support are only provided during normal business hours.


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