Know Your Customer, Kill Your Robot

Presented by

Einat Zviely Efrat - Sr. Director of Operations Products - Payoneer, Martin Rehak & James Brodhurst - Resistant AI

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100,000 fraudulent applications in 3 days — all managed by one person with a script? Welcome to the new reality of KYC fraud. And it’s not just a numbers game: each piece of fraudulent content has never been more sophisticated, but creating it has never been easier. Whether you’re doing due diligence on new customers and businesses, or existing ones, how do you cope? With the tactics and strategies of those who’ve been on the front lines. Join this session to learn: - What’s driving the change in application fraud? - Why automation is simultaneously your greatest strength and greatest weakness - The tools and techniques today’s successful financial crime fighters use to tighten their KYC processes, at onboarding and beyond - How they cope with the onslaught of expertly forged documentation
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Explore the latest threats posed by increasingly sophisticated criminals using automation to commit fraud and financial crime at an unprecedented scale, develop an understanding of the mindset of a cybercriminal to anticipate their moves, and learn how to best leverage AI, automation, and human insight to fight back. At Resistant AI, we’ve been using machine learning to hunt cybercriminals for over 15 years, and we’ve followed them into the field of financial crime. We’ve developed state of the art machine-learning techniques we call Real-time Identity Forensics to make the AI and automation systems you rely upon resilient to manipulation and attack. By analyzing everything from submitted documents to ongoing customer behaviors, we uncover and prevent document forgery, serial fraud, synthetic identities, account takeovers, money laundering, and as yet unknown financial threats operating at scale. And we want to arm you with the knowledge you need to fight off this new breed of financial criminals.