Building Effective Defenses Against Payments Fraud
Date: Thursday, December 5, 2019
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET |11 a.m. PT
Payments fraud is a growing risk in today’s business environment, as fraudsters focus their attacks on new digital B2B payment systems. Companies that don’t modernize their payments fraud prevention efforts risk being left vulnerable to not just monetary losses, but a loss of trust as well.
Join this webcast to understand the common types of payments fraud and best practices you can implement to help mitigate risk and prevent losses. Topics covered will include:
- Business E-mail Compromise
- Vendor E-mail Compromise
- Man-in-the-Middle Attacks
- Employee Education Techniques
- Technology Best Practices
Can’t attend? Register here for an on-demand recording after the webcast.
|Lou LoBosco | Sr. Director, Financial Crimes Risk Management | Capital One
Lou joined Capital One in 2006, and currently leads the Financial Crimes Risk Management team for the Commercial Bank. In this role, Lou is accountable for the development of the Fraud and Anti-Money Laundering Risk Management programs for Capital One’s Commercial Bank. This includes oversight of regulatory requirements and design and implementation of controls and defenses for the bank. Prior to this, he held a number of functions in the Commercial Bank including Director of Payment Operations where he oversaw wire, ACH and card payment processing functions for the banks.
Previously Lou has held engineering, operations and quality management roles with Harley-Davidson, General Motors and the US Department of Defense.
|Neil Becker | SVP, Treasury Management | Capital One
Neil has been with Capital One since 2009. He is currently the National Market Manager for Commercial Real Estate responsible for a sales team of Treasury Management Consultants who are focused on Deposits and Treasury Management. Before joining Capital One Bank, in 2009, Neil spent five years at TD Bank selling cash management products to clients in the New York City market. Prior to his employment at TD Bank, he spent six years in cash management at The Bank of New York Mellon in various Treasury Management roles. Neil holds a B.A. in Marketing from the University of Hartford and is a member of Treasury Management Association of New York, Inc. (TMANY).