Fraud Summit - Chicago 2014 - Mobile banking is still in its infancy, but experts predict it will soon be the dominant banking and payments channel. What are today's key mobile fraud and security risks, and how are they evolving? Register for this session to learn about:
The risks inherent in mobile payments;
Emerging mobile malware threats and their impact on banking institutions;
The latest technology solutions to help mitigate the risks.
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Mobile is quickly becoming the channel of choice for banking institutions and their customers, but the fraud risks are only starting to reveal themselves in the form of malware and account takeover.
According to ISMG's latest Faces of Fraud survey, nearly one-fifth of respondents see a significant increase in mobile malware over the past year.
"The mobile channel continues to be a playground for innovators, disruptors, and fraudsters alike," says Julie Conroy of Aite Group.
In this session, Conroy shares her latest market research on mobile banking and security risks, while Ed Monteagudo of First American Bank provides practical insights from the banking/security leader's perspective.
Register for this session to learn more about the specific mobile threats and what financial institutions can do to help their customers mitigate the risks.
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As Research Director of Aite Group's Retail Banking & Payments team, Julie covers fraud and authentication issues. She has more than a decade of product management experience working with banks, payment processors, and risk management companies, including a number of years leading the product team at Early Warning Services. Julie is fluent in Spanish, holds an M.A. from the Monterey Institute of International Studies and a B.A. from the Michigan State University Honors College.
Executive Vice President, First American Bank
Monteagudo is an executive vice president of First American Bank, responsible for multichannel delivery of banking services. He manages First American Bank's online, mobile banking, debit and credit card programs, ATM deployment, other self-service delivery systems and branch delivery systems. Monteagudo has a long career in banking. Prior to his 18-year tenure at First American Bank, Monteagudo was a banking executive at Household International and Continental Illinois National Bank. During his career, he has served in the formative advisory councils of regional and national debit networks.