There’s hardly a day that goes by without news about data breaches, illegal hacking and identity theft. No entity seems to be immune, including retailers. Criminal fraudsters are illegally getting access to millions of consumer credit card details and private data files, even while new payment systems are evolving with new technology and capturing consumer spending habits. This is further amplified by the advent of mobility into the mix. Mobile payments has captured the imagination of the Millennial generation, and the need for better fraud protection is now more important than ever.
The Fraud 360 World Tour will be landing in Vancouver on September 22 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, 655 Burrard Street. Kount brings this half-day, free seminar to you with discussions about payments, fraud trends, and best practices standards that you can adapt to your business. In addition, complimentary breakfast and lunch will be provided. Register quickly because seating is limited.
Who should attend: Key decision makers, influencers, and professionals responsible for financial, technology and fraud prevention initiatives. The Fraud 360 World Tour allows business professionals from various organizations to access the latest technology advancements needed to fight fraud.
8:30 am – Registration / Breakfast
9:00 am – Sessions 1 & 2
10:30 am – Break
10:45 am – Sessions 3 & 4
12:15 pm – Lunch / Q&A
Sessions will provide an overview on timely topics and best practice standards that you can adapt to your business.
1) Cross Border – Out of the country, Out of control
Speaker: Steve Casco, Chief Executive Officer, CardNotPresent.com
Steve Casco explores the opportunities and challenges inherent in selling globally. Hear about the rise of Asia and an opportunity gap your business could exploit, how mobile is driving cross-border sales and how finding the right partners can grease the rails of international expansion.
2) Staying Out of Chargeback Hell
Speaker: Don Bush, Vice President of Marketing, Kount
Chargebacks are the number one indicator of a fraud problem, but the way chargebacks are reported to merchants makes it difficult to determine how and why they occurred. We’ll review common symptoms of fraud that can cause chargebacks and best practices to avoid them in the future.
3) Merchant Case Study: Fraud in the Omni-Channel, The Source
Speaker: Greg Coles, Director of E-Commerce Operations, The Source Electronics
For almost 23 years, Greg has been a part of The Source, working with fraud detection for the last 8 years. Greg has seen his company adapt and innovate to the changing environments, including the migration to E-Commerce and Mobile purchasing. His breadth of knowledge and experience is beyond reproach and will provide a unique insight into the fraud landscape for a successful heavily targeted Omni-Channel retail business.
Given the usefulness of the topics and the fact that it's free, available spaces will fill up quickly. Register now and reserve your space at Fraud 360™ in Vancouver.