Keeping Fraud out of Online Payments

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Presented by

Chris Parker, NatWest; Alix Melchy, Jumio; Conrad Lennard, Mastercard; Mohneesh V Paranjpe, EY

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The digital payments industry is now the backbone of the global economy. Unfortunately, it’s also a major target for fraud, money laundering and other financial crimes. With new AI technology that allows scammers to program chatbots to mimic human interaction convincingly, payments providers now more than ever need robust fraud prevention strategies. In this webinar, the panel will discuss best practices for leveraging biometrics, AI and other advanced technologies to build a robust payments fraud prevention program and discuss how to strike a fine balance between identity fraud detection and the ideal user experienc
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