The Fraud Team And The Tool

Operational Resources
Artificial Intelligence
Machine Learning
Marton Hajagos -- SEON
Mar 02, 2022

We have met with many cases where analysts not only doubt themselves in their decision but also discouraged to take information into account that may not be considered as useful – not to mention the rise of Machine Learning in fraud prevention. Is our work that we do manually truly outdated?

Through examples we will re-explore the tools that we have at our expense and discuss how we can effectively use them in relation, from articulating sentences, to defining use cases and relying on AI.

Learning Objectives:

  • To find or regain the interest in the beauty of fighting fraud – making decisions that would be the key to stop the malicious activity yet keeping the mind open to changes.
  • Utilising every aspect of the tool that are available and considering ways that we may have disregarded before and still could be useful, ultimately a boost for the year 2022 and to remain on the top of defense against harmful users.

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Tracy Kobeda Brown is an experienced start-up and corporate executive with expertise in technology strategy, product design, engagement, video gaming, and information security. In her current role as the Vice President of Programs and Technology for the Merchant Risk Council, she is overseeing the programs and technology team tasked with delivering content, education, and tools to help the world’s best fraud and payment professionals battle fraud for their companies. Prior to her role at the Merchant Risk Council, she held various C-level roles at corporate and start-up companies. She was the Head of Product for Fragomen, Lockerz, and the CEO and founder of Evil Genius Designs. Prior to that, she led the team that created American Eagle Outfitters website,, where she started her career in fraud and payments, eventually becoming the Head of Information Security (CISO).

She earned her Master’s degree from Carnegie Mellon in Entertainment Technology and her BS in Economics from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in Decision Sciences and Risk Management. She has served on the board of the National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA), Co-Chairperson of the Merchant Risk Council at its inception, and as an Executive/Entrepreneur in Residence for various universities and accelerators.

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