Fighting the cybercriminals is a never-ending battle, but there’s one weapon that merchants can use to make it an unfair fight: data
From April to June of this year, more than 75 million cyber-attacks were detected and stopped in real time. How? With the effective use of data. To learn how data is crushing the fight against fraud, Vince Lau, Senior Product Manager of ThreatMetrix, and MPD CEO Karen Webster held a digital discussion on Tuesday, September 15th, 2015 at 1:00 PM (EST) where they provided insight on what data merchants should be using as their most powerful weapon.
In this digital discussion, you will learn about the data surrounding important cybercrime trends, including:
– In-depth analysis of mobile activity by consumers and cybercriminals
– Attacks on transaction type
– Threat vector prevalence for MitB, bots and spoofing
– How to leverage the Digital Identity Network to prevent fraud and improve customer experience
DIGITAL DISCUSSION PRESENTER…
SENIOR PRODUCT MANAGER AT THREATMETRIX
A veteran of the cybersecurity industry, Vince Lau oversees ThreatMetrix’s go to market (GTM) strategy. Prior to ThreatMetrix, Vince was responsible for Imperva’s GTM strategy with the Database Security product suite. Earlier in his career at Ernst & Young and the Federal Reserve Bank, Vince led multiple teams that helped healthcare, financial services, government, telecom and retail organizations manage cybersecurity risks. Vince holds an MBA from Santa Clara University, BS in Computer Engineering from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and a CISSP.
DIGITAL DISCUSSION HOST…
CEO OF MARKET PLATFORM DYNAMICS
Karen Webster is one of the world’s leading experts on payments, commerce and retail innovation and a strategic advisor to CEOs and Boards of multinational players in those sectors. As CEO of MPD, she works extensively with the most innovative players in the payments, financial services, mobile, retail, B2B, digital media and technology sectors to help them maximize the value of their platform assets, design disruptive new business models and ignite and monetize new innovation. Karen also serves as a member of the advisory board for several emerging companies.