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5th Annual Summit Has Experts from Around the World Discussing Collaborative Strategies to Fight Evolving Cybercrime
Themed “Connect and Collaborate,” the ThreatMetrix® Cybercrime Prevention Summit 2015, the largest of its kind, will bring together 250 cybersecurity experts from around the globe to exchange ideas on the latest trends in cybersecurity, shared intelligence, protection against mobile fraud and improvement of online trust and Internet security. The fifth annual Summit runs from October 7-9 at the Silverado Resort & Spa in Napa, the heart of California wine country.
2014: breaches happening at unprecedented rate
There were major breaches in almost every sector — healthcare, financial services, retail, government, military and other industries. The Identity Theft Resource Center tracked a record 780 plus breaches – a 27.5 percent increase over the number of breaches reported in 2013. Faced with this ongoing assault, the summit will focus on how businesses and consumers can leverage a collective approach to cybersecurity.
The ThreatMetrix Digital Identity Network: leading a collaborative approach to defeating fraud and data breaches
Processing more than one billion online transactions each month, the ThreatMetrix Digital Identity Network, the world’s largest, enables ThreatMetrix customers across industries to access the most comprehensive world-wide data and analysis available to combat cybercrime.
Bert Rankin, ThreatMetrix chief marketing officer, on the best way to combat fraud
“The fallout from a record high in data breaches last year has made it challenging for businesses to protect their employees and customers from fraud on various levels. The best way to combat fraud in the wake of these breaches is to bring together all aspects of customers’ and employees’ online devices and behaviors into one unique digital identity. By connecting with experts and peers, summit attendees will hear specific insights on the most recent cyber attacks identified through the ThreatMetrix Digital Identity Network and the best practices being used to deter them.”
For Summit attendees an opportunity to connect and collaborate with experts in fraud prevention and cybersecurity
Through a variety of activities, attendees will be able to get a clearer understanding of the most recent cyberthreats and take their respective companies’ best practices to the next level.
Topics at the Summit include finding ways to reduce online payment fraud, account takeover, identity spoofing and other forms of cybercrime. And, attendees will include experts and senior fraud and cybercrime prevention professionals from the world’s leading online businesses, representing financial services, e-commerce, social networks, government, insurance and other industries.
Attending: key members of the ThreatMetrix executive and professional services team
Sharing insights and trends identified through the ThreatMetrix Digital Identity Network will be key members of the ThreatMetrix team. In addition, industry experts including Julie Conroy, research director for Aite Group’s Retail Banking practice, will speak at the Summit on ongoing research regarding fraud, data security and other market data.
Attendance at the Summit limited to 250
To foster personal interactions, attendance at the ThreatMetrix Cybercrime Prevention Summit 2015 will be limited to 250 attendees. To learn more or to register, please visit: http://cybercrimepreventionsummit.com/.