2018 CNP Expo® Keynote Sessions

Tuesday, May 15

Scott AdamsLevel Up Your Fraud Fighting
Scott Adams, CNP Fraud and Risk Expert
8:45 AM – 9:30 AM

Fraud is often a reactionary arms race where the villains seem to have all the power-ups. But, during his time at Riot Games, card not present payment and fraud veteran Scott Adams led the popular video game publisher out of chargeback hell, banished cheaters and vigilantly protected game accounts.

In this keynote address, Scott will share stories from the trenches highlighting underappreciated metrics, low-tech solutions and other creative ways merchants can Level Up their game and get to the top of the antifraud score board no matter their industry. Learn more about the Keynote here.

Jamie UppenbergSecurity and Fraud Prevention in the Increasingly Digital World
Jamie Uppenberg, Director of Digital Products
9:30 AM – 10:00 AM Discover logo

Jamie Uppenberg is the Director of Digital Products with responsibility for creating and executing a comprehensive digital product strategy for Discover® Global Network. In this role, she has managed the full product lifecycle – from solution development to product deployment and management – with particular focus on digital security and authentication.

In this keynote address, Jamie will sit down with Card Not Present® Editor-in-Chief DJ Murphy, as she answers some of the most challenging questions that merchants, and other payment processors, are asking related to e/m-commerce solutions—how they help to reduce fraud while increasing the customer experience. Learn more about the Keynote here.

Wednesday, May 16

Tracy WilkCareer Lessons from Payments Pioneers
Tracy Wilk, Executive Coach and Former VP of Google Payments
8:45 AM – 9:30 AM

E-commerce payments and fraud veteran Tracy Wilk will tell the story of some of the key events in our industry over the last 30 years and the lessons they can teach about navigating our own careers. Who won, who lost, strategies that worked and those that were catastrophic all impart useful knowledge and can serve as signposts leading us toward careers that matter.

In this keynote address, Tracy will share these and other events from the recent history of electronic payments and fraud and how they are related to career management, advancement and fulfillment. Learn more about the Keynote here.

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