2017 Presentations

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Device Takeover: The Next Generation of Mobile and Non-Mobile Attacks

Kaspersky Lab examines the attack vectors through which fraudsters may hijack devices in a new form of takeover attack to gain access to mobile devices and online accounts.

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Exploring the Financial Impact of Fraud in a Digital World

Vesta discusses how risk experiences and investments differ based on types of goods being sold, and shares best practices for controlling costs together with preserving the customer experience and preventing fraud.

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From the Internet of Things to Connected Commerce

Discover how embedding payments into connected objects to pay or receive payments will contribute to the next generation of eCommerce.

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Total Recall: How Relevant Is Your Fraud Protection?

Learn how Jagex applied the concepts of precision and recall to their data to calculate how effective their fraud solution is.

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The Store of the Future

Learn what the store of the future could look like as Worldpay discusses ways in which in-store payments are moving towards being friction-free.

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Friendly Fraud: Seeing the Light

While there is no panacea to eliminate friendly fraud, Google looks at how a combination of technology enhancements and policy changes can help alleviate the problem.

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Using Machine Learning to Combat Fraud at Scale

Deliveroo and Ravelin share insights on how merchants can make the leap from a rules-based fraud detection system to a machine learning system.

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Winning a Faustian Bargain: Local Payment Methods and Recurring Payments

Adyen and MailChimp discuss the impact local payment methods have on companies with subscriptions and other recurring payment models.

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Who Needs Manual Review? #ML @Booking.com

Booking.com discuss how its fraud department built an in-house machine learning solution in eight months and dramatically decreased both false declines and chargebacks.

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Accepting eCommerce Payments in China, India, and South Korea

Microsoft shares key insights on doing business in three large and dynamic Asian markets.

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