How Cyber & Fraud Affects Digital Banking Strategies

How Cyber & Fraud Affects Digital Banking Strategies


Available On Demand
Duration 60min
Katherine Burger
Editorial Director
Insurance & Technology, Bank Systems & Technology, UBM TechWeb
Katherine Burger
Katherine Burger is Editorial Director of Bank Systems & Technology and Insurance & Technology, brands of the InformationWeek Financial Services unit of UBM TechWeb's InformationWeek Business Technology Network. She assumed leadership of Insurance & Technology in 1991 and of Bank Systems & Technology in 2003. In addition to directing the editorial strategy of both publications, Kathy is charged with extending the brands through the creation and development of new products, editorial supplements, special publications and live and online events (including I&T's Executive Summit, BS&T's Executive Summit, and live custom events and roundtables on behalf of leading technology companies). She also oversees the brands' daily e-mail newsletters, as well as the Web sites and related online offerings for BS&T and I&T (,
Kathy is a frequent speaker/participant at industry/association/sponsored conferences and events, and also has presented at a number of technology company user group and sales force events, including those produced by IBM, SAS, Microsoft, CSC, Sun Microsystems, Unisys and Oracle, as well as numerous Webcasts sponsored by industry leaders including IBM, Oracle, SAP, SAS, Microsoft and CSC. During Kathy's publishing and media career, in addition to financial services technology she also has covered the real estate and retailing industries. She is a graduate of Carleton College.
Nancy Guglielmo
Vice President
BITS Fraud Reduction Program
Nancy Guglielmo
Nancy Guglielmo is the Vice President of the BITS Fraud Reduction Program, defining, managing and implementing member –identified projects, including developing best practices, successful strategies, guidelines, white papers and advisories. Nancy is focused on identifying trends and examining risks associated with current and evolving fraud trends through information sharing forums and collaboration with law enforcement agencies, federal regulators and technology service providers. Previously, Nancy served in a variety of roles at HSBC including management positions in Fraud Policy, Fraud Strategy, and Privacy and Security. In addition, Nancy worked at Household Credit Services, the Department of the Navy and at AT&T focusing on Information Security, Business Analysis and Network and System Administration. Nancy has an MBA in Finance from Golden Gate University and BS in Mathematics from Moravian College.
Paul Henninger
Global Product Director
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
Paul Henninger
Responsible for product strategy, product marketing, product operations and pre-sales for a portfolio of cutting-edge financial crime solutions. Product portfolio applies industry leading transaction analytics and network analysis capabilities across a range of industries including financial services, insurance, telecommunications, and government.

Financial services firms are only too familiar with the fact that fraud is a moving target – a costly and complex problem that continues to evolve as criminals acquire new skills, tools and sophistication. The latest challenge in the ongoing fight against financial crime is the increasing convergence of fraud with cyber.

Attend this webinar to learn how to:

  • Create an intelligent, speedy and unified defense against external attacks.
  • Foster industry collaboration on cybercrime.
  • Understand the four most common components of today’s cyber-attacks.

Register for this webinar to learn how to stay ahead of the fraudsters and secure the emerging digital channels without sacrificing the customer experience. Learn how combining predictive analytics with advance social network analysis can help banks identify risk, criminality and fraud – and how this can translate into improved revenues and customer loyalty.

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