Fighting Payments Fraud
Two hour tele-web seminar October 9, 2012
This tele-web seminar will begin on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 at 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM Pacific Time.
Were you aware that your neighbor might be a financial thief? Bad guys walk like us and talk like us, however, the big difference is that they try to steal identities and perpetrate fraud against unknowing businesses and consumers. Your job is to educate yourself, your financial institution and your customers against these criminals. This Payments Fraud and Cybercrime webinar will provide you with tools to: mitigate risk; identify the latest scams; implement best practices; and, protect yourself against phishing, spoofing, identity theft and more.
This webinar will explore the management of risk in the ACH payment system for both the RDFI and the ODFI including:
- Latest scams and statistics in ACH, check and debit card fraud
- Best practices
- Tactics for identifying and mitigating fraud
- Methods for protecting yourself against phishing, spoofing, identity theft and more.
Back office operations, compliance officers, auditors, branch managers, Treasury/cash management professionals, risk managers, frontline staff and customer service representatives.
Laurie Appelbaum, AAP, is the managing director of Appel Enterprises. Responsible for training and development, Laurie has over 12 years experience in the payments arena and has spoken at several industry related conferences. She has participated in many NACHA sponsored events including participating as a speaker at the 2012 NACHA Payments Conference, the 2010 NACHA Payments Conference Planning Committee, the board of directors for NACHA’s Payments Institute and was the former chair of the Regional Payments Association Marketing Committee. Previously, Laurie was the Manager of Member Services at Viewpointe and the Payments Association Specialist at The Clearing House Payments Association. She became an accredited ACH Professional in 2002 while Director of Education Services at SWACHA in Dallas.
2.0 total credits
Member price: $250.00 | Non member price $500.00