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If you’re responsible for your organization’s cybersecurity, ThreatMetrix’s chief products officer, Alisdair Faulkner’s presentation is “must see” cybersecurity.
Faulkner will deliver “Next Generation Cybercrime Prevention Using Real-Time Global Trust Intelligence” on Thursday, May 1st from 9:30-10:30 a.m. PT at the Interac Risk & Cybercrime Conference, which runs from April 30th through May 1st at the Inn at Laurel Point in Victoria, BC.
A leader in debit card services, the Interac Association is responsible for the development and operations of the Interac network, a national payment network which allows Canadians to access their money through Interac Cash at 60,000 Automated Banking Machines and Interac Debit at 766,000 point-of-sale terminals across Canada.
Attendees to Faulkner’s presentation will hear case studies and discover how the ThreatMetrix® Global Trust Intelligence Network (The Network) can be leveraged to prevent cybercrime in the new generation of sophisticated attacks.
“Stopping cybercrime requires a fundamentally different approach than traditional IT security strategies of the past, such as passwords and other static forms of authentication,” said Faulkner. “At the Interac Risk & Cybercrime conference, ThreatMetrix is working with cybersecurity industry and technology leaders to help define the future of effective collaboration against cyberthreats.”
At his presentation, Faulkner will offer:
• Unique insights and statistics on cybercrime attacks and identity breaches from the world’s largest trusted identity network
• Effective ways banks and e-commerce companies can share real-time anonymized identity intelligence to stop fraud and brand damage while streamlining the customer experience
• An examination of the power of real-time trust analytics to count and leverage a network of devices, identities and behavior intelligence through real case studies
As cybercrime continues to grow and become more sophisticated, The Network delivers real-time intelligence, providing customers with consistent risk assessments of data and creating a digital persona of users by mapping their online behaviors and devices.