Tuesday, June 19 | 3:35-4:50 PM
Recommended Prerequisite: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Fraudsters are exploiting digital identities at increasing rates through data breaches, the proliferation of synthetic identities and the increase of digital products. Fraud rings adapt their techniques and targets to maximize their returns as we improve our controls. They have migrated from primary financial products (e.g., credit card), to secondary financial products (e.g., HSA), and are expanding into other sectors (e.g., mobile devices).
In this panel you will hear fraud risk managers in the financial services and other sectors talk about risks related to identity and account takeover, emerging trends, risk drivers, identity verification techniques, authentication methods, and anomaly detection analytics that are being used to mitigate these risks.
You Will Learn How To:
Partner, PwC Forensic
Castelli is a partner at PwC and co-leads PwC's fraud prevention practice as part of the Financial Crimes Unit, which delivers strategic and operational expertise to C-suites and boards grappling with increasingly complex financial threats. He also leads PwC's Forensic Banking & Capital Markets practice area. For the last 18 years he’s helped leading banks, broker dealers and asset managers prevent, detect and investigate financial crime. This includes fraud, money laundering, bribery and corruption, securities trading violations and abuses, employee conduct and other threats. He speaks regularly on the role of technology and analytics in building a sustainable anti-fraud and anti-financial crimes program. Castelli has also been awarded a U.S. patent for fraud detection.
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