Technology, Cybercrime, and Recessions: The Impact on Financial Crime
Featured Speakers :
Colleen Dychdala is a Data Research Analyst at RDC. She is especially knowledgeable about regulations surrounding politically exposed people (PEPs), working to protect financial institutions from high risk individuals. Colleen has recently been researching financial crime trends in the global financial market and has started writing a thought leadership blog on the rising trends. Before working at RDC, Colleen studied Political Economy at Tulane University in New Orleans.
Katherine Conroy is a data operations analyst at RDC, leading the data insights development and serving on project teams that enhance the culturally relative impact of natural language processing, data visualization and presentation. She has a bachelor of science in anthropology and international development from Tulane University, with various experiences in human rights research in the US Gulf of Mexico, Brazil, and Benin.
Complimentary webinar, courtesy of RDC and ACFCS
During times of economic or political uncertainty and global disruptions, financial markets become significantly more vulnerable to various types of fraud and cybercrime. While technology has presented opportunities for fraudsters, it is also critical to stopping them. Without opinion or human error, technology can use facts and behavior patterns to identify nefarious actions quickly and methodically.
Join RDC as we discuss:
- How to identify risk relevant activities during historic spikes of cybercrime and fraud
- What key global regulations are aimed at combatting cybercrime
- How technology can help uncover criminal activity patterns, associated parties and isolate unlawful activities
This session is eligible for 1 CFCS credits.
Important note for ACFCS members: Please register using the same email address tied to your member account.