CBA Webinars

CBA Team Contact

Jake Fowler
jfowler@consumerbankers.com
202-552-6377

Fraud Trends & Digital Identity: Know the Risks

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PRESENTER(S):

Kolin Whitley, Senior Director of Risk, Visa

ABOUT THE WEBINAR:

As the digital transformation continues and consumer information is being digitized by governments, the private sector and a range of individual domains; new risks are resulting in the reevaluation of tradition forms of identity verification. Managing & protecting digital identities is a critical challenge in reducing fraud, protecting commerce and driving progress.  This webinar will touch about how the payments industry is working to secure the payments ecosystem, the benefits demonstrated so far, and how the industry is continuously working to bolster its ability to protect consumers, banks, and the economy.

THIS WEBINAR WILL COVER:

  1. Payments industry overview of fraud in the post-EMV migration environment
  2. The identity fraud landscape in the era of data breaches
  3. Ongoing working groups to understand how identity is verified in the payments ecosystem.

TOP 3 BENEFITS TO ATTENDEES:

  1. Better understand the progress and benefits to the EMV migration
  2. Understand the identity landscape in the payments ecosystem and broader financial industry.
  3. Become aware of the working groups and coalitions that exist in to better understand fraud and regulations.

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Kolin Whitley

Senior Director of Risk, Visa

Kolin Whitley supports the risk mitigation efforts of the top 25 U.S. Visa card issuers. He is an internationally recognized subject matter expert in the fields of fraud and identity management.

Prior to joining Visa, Whitley spend more than 20 years in a variety of risk leadership roles supporting payments, financial services, and the public sector. 

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