Upcoming Webinars

As an exclusive benefit, we provide complimentary webinars to help MRC members stay current on relevant fraud, payments, and law enforcement topics. After signing in or becoming a member, webinar registration links will be displayed on this page. Upon registering for a webinar, you will receive a confirmation email which contains information about attending.

Most Effective Technology for Fraud Pattern Detection

Join us for a webinar on 8 February, 2017 at 11:00 AM PST (8:00 PM CET)

Fang Yu, CTO - Datavisor

Different fraud patterns require different techniques for detection. Find out how to best use rules, device IDs, machine learning, and unsupervised analytics to catch malicious events with DataVisor's Chief Technology Officer.

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Global Fraud Attack Index: A Data Driven Research Initiative

Join us for a webinar on 15 February, 2017 at 9:00 AM PST (6:00 PM CET)

Colin Sims, Chief Financial Officer - Forter

The Global Fraud Attack Index (GFAI) is a periodic data driven research initiative from Forter based on actual transaction data. This webinar presents insights on the latest trends in fraud, including current GFAI scores, a breakdown of the most attacked industries, and what it all means. Join to keep staying ahead of fraud.

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Every Email Address Tells a Story

Join us for a webinar on 22 February, 2017 at 9:00 AM PST (6:00 PM CET)

Amador Testa, Chief Product Officer - Emailage

It is rare for an online transaction not to include an email address. Email addresses serve as the number one communication channel between companies and their customers. In this sponsored webinar, Emailage shares insights on how merchants can leverage email history to rapidly and accurately differentiate between legitimate customers and fraudsters. Data, for example, shows 91% of email users have had their email address for at least 3 years, and 51% for more than 10 years. The age of an email address can therefore be a great way to both minimize risk and identify legitimate transactions.

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