Webinar: Combat Malicious Behavior, Account Takeover and BOPIS Fraud in the New Normal

July 22, 2020
12:00-1:00 CST

This webinar was presented to MAG current and prospect merchant members.

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As businesses have opened up again and acclimated to the new normal, some old pain points have begun to pop up again. Account takeovers and all variations of financial fraud like chargebacks and returns abuse continue to be on the rise. What tools are industry leading companies deploying today to fight back? In this webinar we’ll learn from experts that have built abuse teams and organizations at companies like Facebook, WePay, Google and Square on how they approach risk, fraud, trust and safety.

Learning Objectives:
• New abuse vectors like buy online pick up in store (BOPIS) abuse. 
• How much stolen user credentials from leading retailers cost on the dark web 
• Understand how machine learning, rules and analyst tools can work in tandem  to create a more robust trust and safety system. 

While everyone is welcome, the webinar will be especially helpful for:
Senior Level Architects
Product managers/owners
Senior Level Engineer (Payment Platforms)
Teams responsible for payment platforms
Fraud Risk Teams

 

 

Lee_Kevin_photoKevin Lee - Trust and Safety Architect, Sift

Kevin Lee is driven by building high performing teams and systems to combat malicious behavior. He has worked for the last 15+ years around developing strategies, tools and teams responsible for billions of users and dollars of revenue. Prior to Sift, Kevin workednas a manager at Facebook, Square and Google where he lead various risk, chargeback, spam and trust and safety organizations.
 
 



Arguelles_Michelle_photoMichelle Arguelles - Senior Product Marketing, Sift

Michelle Arguelles has been solving problems in the payments and fraud space for almost a decade – both on the front lines as a Fraud Analyst at WePay and, now, as a Product Marketing Manager at Sift. She leverages industry experience to develop stories and solutions that help customers achieve their trust and safety goals.
 
 




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