Financial Crimes Symposium

Our Financial Crimes Symposium is a dynamic, solution-based learning and networking opportunity for anyone concerned about fraud prevention and mitigation!

Learn about innovative fraud reduction technology, experience greater cooperation between all players, and get insight you can take back to your institution and prevent loss!

The next Financial Crimes Symposium is September 19, 2024, in San Antonio, TX, with a virtual option! 

Keynote Speaker: Jeremiah Baker
 

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Topics

Keynote: Jeremiah Baker

Confessions of a Hacker:
Real-world stories and step-by-step advice on how to avoid becoming a victim of cybercrime


Join Jeremiah Baker in this captivating and informative cybersecurity talk as he unravels real-life hacking stories drawn from his extensive 15+ year career dedicated to protecting clients from malicious cyber threats. With a global reach, Jeremiah and his team have diligently assessed the security measures of numerous organizations across various sectors, including casinos, banks, hospitals, energy companies, and government entities.

During this engaging presentation, you will be immersed in gripping stories that shed light on the methods employed by cybercriminals.

Jeremiah will delve into:

  • Social Engineering Exploits: Discover how a simple click on a malicious link led a billion-dollar family member to unwittingly distribute a financial scam to their entire contact list.
  • Sophisticated Wire Fraud: Explore a case where cybercriminals orchestrated a meticulously planned scheme, resulting in the theft of over $700,000. Gain valuable insights on how to safeguard yourself against such attacks.
  • Email Account Takeover: Uncover the tactics used by hackers to hijack a high-profile client's email account and distribute malware-infected links to their extensive network, which included some of the world's wealthiest individuals.
  • Ransomware Nightmare: Witness the crippling impact of a ransomware attack on a corporation, where cyber criminals held their computer systems hostage and demanded a hefty $500,000 Bitcoin payment for their release.

These are just a few examples of the gripping stories and solutions Jeremiah will explore during his talk. Drawing from real-world hacking scenarios, he will guide you on how to shield yourself from falling victim to such malicious acts. To empower the audience, Jeremiah will also provide a complimentary hacking checklist takeaway at the end of the presentation.

 

More topics and speakers coming soon! 

 

Event Details

Date: September 19, 2024 - San Antonio, TX with a Virtual option
8:00am - 3:00pm MT
9:00am - 4:00pm CT
10:00am - 5:00pm ET

CE: Up to 5.8 AAP and APRP Credits
*Subject to change, pending final agenda.

Learning Level: All Levels

Value of attending:

  • Gain an awareness of innovative fraud reduction technology from law enforcement agencies
  • Network with regional federal agencies, prominent law enforcement experts, and financial institution leaders
  • Experience greater cooperation between all players working to reduce fraud

Email us at events@epayresources.org or call Kendra at 800-475-0585 ext. 1504.

Location & Pricing

In-Person or Virtual Delivery

Standard Rate: $325
Group Registration: Bulk Option for 5 Attendees: $975 (Virtual Only)

Law Enforcement: $0 (Only 2 Per Agency)
Law Enforcement: $70 (Each Additional After 2 Per Agency)

Breakfast, Lunch, and Networking Breaks are Included! 

Sponsorship Opportunities

Get your brand before Payments and Compliance professionals at Financial Crimes Symposium. 

View the 2023 Sponsor Options - 2024 Sponsor Options will be added in early 2024. 
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Contact Us!

Email us at events@epayresources.org or call Kendra at 800-475-0585 ext. 1504.