Jeremy King, PCI Security Standards Council, to Give a Keynote at The Fraud & Cybercrime Forum

Jeremy King, International Director, PCI Security Standards Council will be providing a keynote for our forum in Birmingham on 15th March

We are pleased to confirm that Jeremy King, International Director, PCI Security Standards Council will be providing the keynote for our forum in Birmingham on 15th March!

Attendance is Free of charge to members and you will be provided with refreshments throughout the day and a buffet lunch.

There is also an after event networking drinks opportunity to mingle with the other delegates and grow and enhance your professional network.

Join us to hear about the latest developments in payments security, fraud prevention and cybercrime. Space is limited and we are expecting very high demand for this event so please register early to avoid disappointment.

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09:30 Registration & Coffee

10:00 Welcome & Introductions

Forum news & updates

(Darren Hodder, Manager Fraud & Cybercrime Forum)

10:15 Session 1: Trump & Brexit, What Impacts Can We Expect?

An interactive debate, what is the global outlook for cross border crime detection and prevention given the current regulatory and political landscape? There are many regulatory changes on the horizon with impacts for data protection, anti money laundering and payments. Will Donald Trump be a positive or negative impact? How will Brexit impact upon how we work?

(Session facilitator to be confirmed)

11:00 Coffee & networking break

11:30 Session 2: Gamification for Staff Training

  • Core cross-industry issues with compliance training.
  • What is gamification? How gamification makes the training more effective
  • Open discussion on issues we face with training & some pointers on how these issues might (or might not) be addressed with game-based and alternative approaches

(Phil Goodacre, E3 Compliance Training Ltd)

12:15 Session 3:  Cybercrime, Fraud & GDPR

  • Are you ready for the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)
  • How will GDPR impact upon our measures to prevent and investigate financial crime?

(Neil Hare-Brown, Storm Guidance)

13:00 Lunch

13:45 Session 4: TRA PSD EBA SCA RTS.  Why You Need to Know These Three-Letter Abbreviations (TLA) for Your Payments

How is the new PSD2 going to affect fraud prevention and detection in businesses, PSPs and banks? Jon Williams will tease out the implications of the recent regulatory changes from the European Banking Authority and why it’s important for your payment operations.

(Jonathan Williams, Mk2 Consulting)

14:30  Keynote from Jeremy King, International Director, PCI Security Standards Council: Preventing Card Payment Fraud – PCI Your Friend for Achieving Data Security

Mr. King leads the Council’s efforts in increasing adoption and awareness of the PCI Standards globally. In this role, Mr. King works closely with the Council’s General Manager and representatives of its policy-setting executive committee from American Express, Discover, JCB International, MasterCard, and Visa, Inc. His chief responsibilities include gathering feedback from the merchant and vendor community, coordinating research and analysis of PCI SSC-managed standards through all international markets, and driving education efforts and Council membership recruitment through active involvement in local and regional events, industry conferences and meetings with key stakeholders. He also serves as a resource for Approved Scanning Vendors (ASVs), Qualified Security Assessors (QSAs), Internal Security Assessors (ISAs), PCI Forensic Investigators (PFIs), and related staff in supporting regional training, certification, and testing programs.

(Jeremy King, International Director, PCI Security Standards Council)

15:15 Networking Drinks & Refreshments

There will be a range of drinks (alcoholic and soft drinks) with some nibbles provided and an opportunity to mingle with the other delegates and speakers; so that you can network and exchange ideas, ask questions and expand your professional network.

17:00 Event Closes

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