|Wednesday, October 30, 2013|
|9:00||Welcome and introductory remarks
Peggy Gachesa, President and CEO, GACHA
|9:15||What's Keeping You Up at Night: Payment Fraud Trends
Mary Kepler, Vice President and Director, Retail Payments Risk Forum, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Michael Blume, Director, Consumer Protection Branch, U.S. Department of Justice
Josh Burke, Trial Attorney, Consumer Protection Branch, Department of Justice
Judy Long, Executive Vice President, First Citizens National Bank Video
Charles Baxter, Special Agent, United States Secret Service
Fraud is a real threat to payment system efficiency, and financial institutions and their customers are prime targets. Join our panelists for an interactive discussion around fraud trends affecting your financial institution. Hear first-hand, real-world fraud experiences and best practices from a banker, investigators, attorneys, and an industry expert.
|10:45||Cost of Fraud: Current Threat Landscape and Effective Intelligence
Charles Bretz, Director of Payments Risk, FS-ISAC
Today's security teams are overwhelmed with data, yet they lack access to actionable intelligence from specialized sources regarding the specific threats hitting their networks. This session will review the necessary strategies and approaches that teams require to defend the enterprise, reduce risk, and mitigate threats.
|A Regulator's Perspective of Best Practices in Combating Cybercrime Video
Tony DaSilva, Senior Examiner, AAP, CISA, Supervision and Regulation Division, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
The constantly changing risk environment requires both short- and long-term risk management approaches, with flexibility and innovation in responses. This session addresses regulatory guidance, rules and best practices for financial institution strategies for approaching enterprise risk management on payment system issues.
|1:45||Legislative and Regulatory Update
Jane Larimer, Executive Vice President of ACH Network Administration and General Counsel, NACHA
Significant legislative and regulatory change affecting financial institutions and payments has been promulgated at a frenetic pace over the past several years, and more change looms on the horizon. Understanding the impetus of legislation or regulation is essential to protecting organizations. The speaker discusses recent and ongoing areas of legislative and regulatory focus as they relate to payments.
|2:45||Defend Your Business While Learning from Others: Payments Litigation
Paul Carrubba, Partner, Adams and Reese LLP
Hear lessons on legal issues raised by current developments in electronic payments laws and cases. In this session, you will hear from a payments attorney about pertinent, real-world legal cases and issues that can help protect your institution.