In the COVID-19 era, banks and fintechs face a sharp uptick in fraud attacks directly correlated to severe market retraction, radical unemployment rates and a spate of new vectors linked to relief programs.
In this webinar, join Socure’s Head Data Scientist Pablo Abreu and Co-Founder & SVP of Sales Johnny Ayers as they dig into fraud trend data from across a wide consortium of banks and fintechs, revealing attack patterns specific to financial service products and market segments.
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Pablo Abreu is Senior Vice President of Data Science at Socure, a leading provider of machine learning and artificial intelligence technologies that provide a single source of trusted digital identity for online and in-store applications. An industry expert in the area of fraud, identity verification, predictive modeling, machine learning and artificial intelligence, Abreu has been instrumental in creating Socure’s ID+ predictive analytics platform, now used by 7 of the top 10 tier-one financial institutions.
Johnny is the co-founder and SVP of Sales & Business Development for Socure. As an industry expert on fraud prediction, authentication, and KYC/CIP/AML verification, he has helped to craft the ID+ solution into a powerfully predictive tool for tier-one financial institutions to better understand digital identity and onboard new customers. Socure is the second company he's co-founded, having also lead international teams for growth ventures marketing to organizations large and small, across 6 different continents.
Rivka Gewirtz Little is a financial crime and payments solution expert with nearly two decades of fintech market experience. Before joining Socure as SVP of Marketing & Strategy, Rivka was an industry analyst responsible for the Global Payment Strategies practice at IDC Financial Insights where she focused on the intersection of payments modernization, fraud and identity. Rivka's technology coverage has been cited in publications, including The New York Times, USA Today, CNET, Vox, The Verge and a number of technology trade journals.