Scams! How to Detect Them and Proactively Protect Your Customers
People fall for scams all the time. They’re clever, well timed, and we continue to take the bait. But when we do, we hold our bank accountable asking, “why weren’t you protecting my money?” What if you could proactively tell your customer they’ve been tricked, duped, or scammed? And what if you could tell them that you recognized it, stopped it, and protected their money? You will turn a moment of frustration into an opportunity to build trust.
Who Should Attend: Chief Risk Officer, Chief Operations Officer, Chief Compliance Officer, VP/Director/Head of Fraud, VP/Director/Head of BSA-AML
- Explore fraud scams
- Learn ways to detect fraud scams proactively before a financial transaction occurs
Senior Product Manager
Adam led the successful launch of CyberFraud in April 2021, a first of its kind solution built on our CyberSecurity platform. He has been developing fraud solutions for over 20 years and has a deep playlist of tricks and tactics to help regional banks protect themselves and their customers. He has worked on the front lines with financial institutions and led new product innovation at software companies, including FICO and Pegasystems. When he’s not busy fighting fraud, Adam enjoys mentoring MBA students at the College of Charleston, live music, gardening, paddle boarding and relaxing on the beach.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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