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FIS Card Fraud Forum Monthly Event

Please join us and register and attend the next monthly FIS Card Fraud Forum event. The monthly forum is open to all FIS Fraud Management Clients with an emphasis on credit/debit plastic card fraud trends. There is no charge to register and attend the FIS Card Fraud Forum event. The forum provides a valuable benefit for all attendees through client interaction, open discussion of card fraud trends, and a better understanding of key fraud topics including fraud industry alerts.

Original Air
Thu Jun 28, 2012, 2:00 PM, USA Eastern

(Thu Jun 28, 2012, 11:00 AM, USA Pacific)

Duration: 1 Hour

Contact: John Bucher

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The monthly FIS Card Fraud Forums are designed to be informative and provide informational value to our FIS Fraud Management clients. The forum events primarily focus on plastic card fraud behaviors, trends, and any known fraud events. The next FIS Card Fraud Forum session will occur on June 28th 2012 at 2:00 PM EST.

The Card Fraud Forum provides attendees with an opportunity to share and collaborate with your Fraud Management counterparts from around the country on your own organizational fraud experiences, trends and best practices. Additionally, FIS Fraud Management will share card fraud trend information identified since the last Card Fraud Forum meeting, allowing attendees to see the most current fraud trends affecting FIS card Issuers.
The June 28th Event Agenda is as follows:
  • Financial Services and credit issuers are discovering that protecting customers from fraud is becoming more challenging. This is becoming more apparent as new fraud detection and prevention techniques such as CHIP/PIN (EMV) are introduced while balancing business growth and new regulatory changes, yet fraud still gravitates via the path of least resistance. The weight of responsibility of a fraud executive has grown in burden as fraud gross trends continue to rise as well as keeping in mind the cost benefit to mitigate those losses and advocate the client experience. FIS and FICO will explore those challenges and present how fraud trends and performance are impacted by a number of those factors. Please join us as we discuss the best practices and new fraud innovations for the future.
  • FIS fraud trend review conducted by the FIS Fraud Analytics Team. FIS may also include any updates related to the most recent Global Payments Systems data breach.
  • Open discussion with attendees on the May/June fraud trends.