Hybrid Threat Typologies: Reducing False Positives through Better Defining Risks
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5/8/2019
When: Wednesday, May 8th
1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
Where: Online, Via On24


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Part Two in a Three-Part Series on Risk Assessment, Transaction Monitoring and Hybrid Threat Finance. Learn More About Part 1 Here and Part 3 Here.

Full Series Complimentary for Members | Non-members $149 for the Full Series

Reality is that the transnational criminal organizations (TCO) are infiltrating our financial institutions at an alarming rate. These TCOs are very familiar with our systems, rules and operations.

As Financial Services professionals, we need to understand the tactics, techniques and protocols (TTPs) of these threat organizations. To do that, financial crime compliance professionals must take a page out of the book of their law enforcement partners by uncovering the individual strands of transactional DNA tied to specific organized criminal and terror groups, called hybrid threat finance.

Attendee learning goals:

  • Explain what "hybrid threat typologies" are in and how they play into the AML context.
  • Help you begin to understand how to leverage typologies to better detect illicit finance.
  • Show you how to use them to reduce false positives by better defining the risk and zeroing in on the target.

This session is eligible for 1.5 CFCS credits. 


 About the Presenter


Debra Geister, chief executive officer of Section2 Financial Intelligence Solutions, a risk mitigation and investigations consultancy, and former compliance officer and consultant for large banks

Debra Geister has spent nearly two decades in the banking compliance industry in both a vendor capacity and in a leadership role. In recent years she has helmed a top position at MetaBank as the Senior Vice President, leading the combined Fraud and BSA Unit.  In this role she successfully built a team to lead the department out of a cease and desist order.  She is also a consultant and subject matter expert for Nice Actimize. 

 

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