Setting Standards to Prevent, Detect and Respond to CNP Fraud

Setting Standards to Prevent, Detect and Respond to CNP Fraud

May 23, 2019, 4:15 PM - 5:15 PM

Salon 12/13
Language:
English
Responding to a clear lack of comprehensive guidance for merchants, processors, issuers, networks, and others in the CNP payments and fraud industry, the X9A Financial Industry Standards Committee published a Technical Report in July, 2018. The report helps all CNP industry stakeholders understand the risks presented by criminal activity to more effectively prevent, detect, and manage card-not-present fraud. Members of the X9A workgroup including the Federal Reserve, merchants and card networks will present and discuss the key elements of this effort allowing attendees to better understand:

• Types of CNP fraud attacks and how to protect against data theft.
• How to detect and prevent CNP fraud using mitigation tools and processes.
• How to respond and implement an adaptive CNP fraud mitigation model.

Contributors

  • Susan Pandy

    Moderator

    Director, Payment Strategies

    Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

    Susan M. Pandy is a seasoned payments professional with 17 years of experience in the industry. As the Director, Payment Strategies at the Federal...

  • Dan German

    Panelist

    Director, Commerce & Ecosystems, Cloud & AI

    Microsoft

    Dan is a payment services executive with over 30 years of experience in a variety of diverse organizations including financial institutions, global...

  • Andrew McGloin

    Panelist

    Senior Director of North American Risk

    Visa

    Andrew McGloin is the Senior Director of North America Risk at Visa. He manages its U.S. security roadmap and drives policy changes to support...

Topics

  1. Topics
    Fraud Best Practices
    New Fraud Technologies

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