As information-security threats intensify, organizations risk becoming disoriented – focused more on grappling with complex technology, an explosion of data, increased regulation and a debilitating skills shortage. This is a huge danger, since prompt action is required to interpret an increasingly complex threat horizon, which could place organizations and their goals at risk. By preparing for the unknown, organizations will have the flexibility to withstand unexpected, high-impact security attacks and events. This session will review the top global security threats for 2017 and how organizations can prepare for them.
ISMG’s annual Fraud Summit will address topics ranging from Authentication, New Account Fraud, Biometrics, Payments Fraud, Investigations, Phishing and Email Fraud, Employee Access, Blockchain Applications, Insider Fraud, Analytics Applications and much more.
All content will be driven by our global editorial team including executive editors from publications like DataBreachtoday, BankInfoSecurity, GovInfoSecurity and HealthcareInfoSecurity. These events will provide the opportunity to learn from industry influencers, earn CPE credits, and meet with leading technology providers.