Network with fraud professionals in other industries. Work with your peers to fight fraud together.
Join iovation clients and partners from around the globe for three invaluable days of networking, educational sessions, breakout groups and of course, fun. The Fraud Force Summit is one of a kind – it’s an event like none other – the knowledge sharing and collaboration that takes place is unprecedented. The community has a unique opportunity to come together, under one roof and share insights and best practices in the fight against online fraud.
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The 4th Annual Fraud Force Summit will be held at The Nines, a luxury hotel in the heart of Portland, Oregon.
The hotel is offering iovation clients a discounted hotel rate of $229 per night. The rate is available until September 8, 2015. The hotel will sell out, so it is in your best interest to reserve your hotel room as soon as possible by using the dedicated booking site or by calling the hotel at 888-627-7208 and mention the Fraud Force Summit group rate.
Hear from your peers, the iovation team and industry experts on the latest in fraud prevention.
Take a deep dive into a variety of topics, hear best practices and learn what your peers are doing.
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Dusan Bosnjakovic has driven special projects involving machine learning, link analysis and flash fraud pattern detection at Intuit’s Strategic Risk Group. This group is involved in payments processing risk monitoring through rules development, statistical model development and systems engineering. Dusan has over 10 years of experience in behavioral research, data analysis and technological product management. Prior to his work in the payments industry he led development of research data systems and global data exchange and harmonization standards.
Josh Frank works at Intuit’s Payments Processing Division as the Manager of Risk Modeling and Data Sciences. Josh has his Ph.D. in Economics as well as an MBA. Previously Josh worked as a Senior Researcher for the Center for Responsible Lending (a think tank/advocacy organization), as a professor of economics, an economic forecaster for state government, co-founded a non-profit organization, and managed various functions at a top ten credit card issuer. Josh has had numerous newspaper/television interviews from major media outlets as well as academic publications.
Tyler Black is Director of Product Management for Game Enhancement at KIXEYE Inc, responsible for shared services, analytics, platform integrations, and payment systems, among other things. Tyler has been integrating with payment providers and third party platforms for over a decade across various disciplines like media sharing, peer to peer networks, e-commerce, life sciences, analytics and entertainment. At KIXEYE, Tyler is working to make sure that the teams within KIXEYE have the necessary tools to protect the player communities across all of KIXEYE’s games, and that fraudulent users are identified, removed, and kept out.
Alice Newton is the Fair Play Coordinator at KIXEYE. Her team is responsible for identifying cheaters, fraudsters and spammers, and removing them from the community. In addition to banning cheaters, Alice is responsible for resolving payments-related support issues and maintaining KIXEYE’s iovation rulesets.
Lance James is an internationally renowned information security specialist. He has more than fifteen years of experience in programming, network security, digital forensics, malware research, cryptography design, cryptanalysis, counterintelligence, and protocol exploitation. He provides advisory services to a wide range of government agencies and Fortune 500 organizations including America’s top financial services institutions. Credited with the identification of Zeus and other malware, James is an active contributor to the evolution of security practices and counterintelligence tactics and strategies.
Rich Huffman is VP of Product Management for Equifax Identity and Fraud Solutions including remote identity proofing and biometric identity solutions. Rich has more than 20 years of experience in fraud and identity product development. He is an expert in utilizing ID verification and authentication technologies for online and mobile banking and payment related activities. Prior to joining Equifax, Rich created and managed products for the financial services industry at Harbinger, S1, and ADP. Rich graduated from Clemson University with a B.S. in business with a concentration in economics.
Jackie Buonassisi is Vice President of the Internet and Mobile Channel Group at US Bank. In this role she leads US Bank’s online and mobile channel application platform and fulfillment optimization project. Her current focus is on new account application strategy and decision and fulfillment process reengineering. Prior to joining US Bank, Jackie both worked and consulted to a number of major financial services companies including VISA International, Citibank, Charles Schwab, Bank of America and Wells Fargo Bank.
Mr. Madden serves as Founder and CEO of bridge21, a financial technology company focused on incorporating decentralized technology into financial and identity systems. bridge21 partners with iovation to combat fraud. He co-founded and leads the Regulatory Compliance Association’s Bitcoin and Virtual Currency panel and is an active Senior Fellow within the Association. Mr. Madden is a respected expert and outspoken advocate of virtual currency and bitcoin, and has been involved in the industry since late 2010. Mr. Madden’s views on virtual currency regulation influenced the debate around the NY DFS BitLicense, as well as other emerging regulation.
Nina has over 8 years of fraud risk management experience at Citi; first in Russia and then in the US. While with Citi in Russia, Nina managed consumer fraud risks “end-to-end”, leading fraud operations and policy teams. For the past three years, Nina has been instrumental in leveraging iovation detection capabilities for Citi US Consumer Bank - introducing new rules in response to ever changing fraud trends and building rule performance MIS. At the summit, Nina will talk about some best practices related to her experience with using iovation to fight fraud.
Jim Houlihan joined Orbitz Worldwide in 2013 and has been responsible for global fraud prevention and fraud losses for both hostile and friendly fraud. Jim has over 25 years’ experience in digital fraud prevention, with a background in detection, investigations and law enforcement. Previously, Jim spent over four years as the Director of Fraud & Investigations at HSN (Home Shopping Network) overseeing all fraud prevention activities for the $2.4 billion retailer. Jim has also worked in the financial fraud prevention space with Dell Financial Services, Citigroup- on both Home Depot and Sears credit card portfolios- as well as with Household Bank in financial investigations. Jim has served with the Cook County Sheriff’s Office in Chicago, as well as, five years as a military police officer in the United States Marine Corps. Jim enjoys relaxing with his wife and two young children. He also loves to ski and golf. Ask him his golf handicap and the response you’ll get will be: “my entire bag”.
Joe DeCosmo is the Chief Analytics Officer at Enova International where he oversees a team of 50+ analytics professionals. Prior to working at Enova, he served as Director and Practice Leader of Advanced Analytics for Chicago-based West Monroe Partners. He also held a number of executive positions at HAVI Global Solutions and the Allant Group. In 1995 Joe founded and led DeCosmo and Associates, Inc., an analytics consulting firm that he grew from start-up to ten employees that was acquired by The Allant Group in 2005. Joe received a BA in Economics from Lewis University and an MA in Economics from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Ken Park is the Head of Fraud Analytics & Operations at Enova International where he manages groups of data scientists and fraud investigators. Enova is his first full-time job and he has been enjoying combating the online fraud using whatever it takes from computer science to statistics and manual investigations over the last 4 years. Ken received a BS in Applied Mathematics from Northwestern University and MS in Computer Science from the University of Chicago.
Leonie has 15 years experience working within fraud and intelligence. Leonie started her career with seven years service with Northamptonshire Police as a Higher Intelligence Analyst. With the police, Leonie developed analytical techniques and received several awards for her contribution to team working and deployment of the National Intelligence Model within her Base Command Unit. Currently working for Dixons Carphone, she is responsible for the continued development and strategy for front-end fraud prevention tools such as iovation and Accertify focused on reduction of not only fraud but also bad debt.In 2011 Leonie completed a Master’s Degree in Security and Risk Management.Her final dissertation received the Wilf Knight award from the Security Industry for outstanding academic contribution.
Greg is the visionary leader behind the use of reputation systems to prevent fraud and abuse of online services. He has over 20 years of experience in building real-time business systems. A serial entrepreneur, Greg has a strong passion for developing leading fraud fighting solutions that make the Internet a safer place to do business. He drives iovation’s overall business and product strategy.
Scott is an experienced leader in security and fraud management technology. Throughout his career he has led product and marketing initiatives and focused on building new markets. He started three businesses and served as VP at two others that were successfully acquired by Cisco Systems, Symantec, and Trustwave. In his current role at iovation he focuses on strategic product development, market research and managing product teams.
Scott began his career in information security as a charter member of the Air Force Information Warfare Center, pioneering tools and techniques for automated vulnerability assessment and incident response. He is an innovative technologist and executive with more than 20 years of hands-on leadership experience. His career spans fraud mitigation, computer and network security, critical infrastructure protection, and information warfare. He is also co-inventor on six U.S. patents.
Max has held a number of senior leadership roles in operations, sales and marketing. He successfully drove business growth and profitability at CommercePath until it was acquired by Captaris. He continued to play a key leadership role at Captairs and was responsible for managing DESG with revenues of $55 million. In his current role, Max is responsible for the oversight and success of iovation’s partner program, driving strategic growth for the company.
The Willamette Valley is home to many world famous wineries. The beautiful countryside is something to experience. Join the iovation team prior to the summit to tour three outstanding wineries. We will spend the day exploring wine country and will be back in Portland for the Fraud Force Welcome Reception.www
We will be kicking off the Fraud Force Summit at Cooper's Hall Winery & Taproom. For the first time in the summit's history, we will be venturing over to the east side of the river to experience one of Portland's newest and hippest restaurants - located in the heart of the industrial area.www
Networking with other fraud professionals is one of the biggest benefits of attending the Fraud Force Summit. Building peer-to-peer relationships through in-person conversations about best practices and shared industry issues is extremely valuable.
Build and strengthen profesional relationships
Share best fraud practices and industry standards
Join others who share your fraud fighting mission
A special thank you to iovation Champions who continually participate in creating a strong community of fraud fighting professionals – your participation and partnership is greatly appreciated.
The Fraud Force Community site has proved to be a wealth of information. I’ve collaborated with fellow Fraud Force Community members and shared relevant news with the community at large. I look forward to opening the page each morning to see what’s new.Michelle Cochran NASA Federal Credit Union
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