Fraud Detection & Investigations Summit 2018
Innovating Fraud Investigation Strategies & Cross-Collaboration to Detect and Respond to Increasingly Sophisticated Criminal Activity
When financed carefully, organisations are able to achieve a major return on investment for detecting fraud. On average, it takes up to 3 years to detect 60% of fraud incidents. Fraud Intelligence teams are vital to detecting deception as instances of cyber-crime and card-not-present fraud grow to be an increasingly common and diverse fraud typology. Supported and well-funded Intelligence teams also send the message that fraud will not be accepted internally or externally and sets the precedent for a vigilant organisational culture.
While the best course of action to stop fraud is to create preventative measures that inhibit it from being committed in the first place, not all fraud is easily deterred. The Fraud Detection & Investigations Summit 2018 is being held to address the evolving methods of sophisticated criminal activity by reassessing the strategies and technology used to detect and investigate fraud.
Chief Risk Officer & Executive Strategy Support
Defence Housing Australia
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Fraud & Counterfeit Manager
Manager for Complex Case Management & ID Takeover
Head of Loss Prevention and Investigations
Senior Risk Management Advisor
Group Investigations Manager, Risk & Assurance
Head of Trust and Safety
Why Should You Attend?
Expert Speaker Line-Up Senior Managers, CXOs, and Heads of Departments with in-depth experience in Fraud Investigations, Loss Prevention, Risk, Intelligence, and Integrity
Greater Interactivity Get to know the speakers personally through interactive networking opportunities: 3 panel discussions, 8 roundtable topics, networking drinks and speed networking
A Broad Range of Industries With Case Studies from Federal Government, Online retailers, Financial Services, and Law Enforcement Agencies
Practical Insights Strategies to develop fraud investigation tactics to detect and inhibit increasingly sophisticated criminal behaviour
Who Should Attend?
- Fraud Investigation
- Loss Prevention
- Fraud and Intelligence
- Security and Integrity
- Risk and Assurance
From the Following Industries:
- Crime and Justice Agencies
- Banking and Finance
- State and Federal Government
- Utilities and Services