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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.


Call Center Fraud Vectors and Fraudsters Analyzed

Join us for a webinar on 13 December, 2017 at 10:00 AM PST (7:00 PM CET / 6:00 PM GMT)

David Dewey, Director of research -- Pindrop

Fraudsters leverage unique techniques and vectors to commit scams through a variety of channels from online, mobile and now more than ever, the call center. Pindrop® Labs has analyzed 440 million calls from the top enterprise call centers, and has identified six recurring techniques and eight fraudster profiles that you will want to investigate. Join Pindrop® Labs to hear more about the real-life attacks and techniques such as IVR mining, vishing and social engineering.

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Are You Keeping Pace With Fraudsters?

Join us for a webinar on 24 January, 2018 at 11:00 AM PST (8:00 PM CET / 7:00 PM GMT)

Sam Bouso, Founder and CEO -- Precognitive

Join Precognitive as they provide an overview of what drove the team to develop their three core products and how they are beating fraudsters at their own game with device intelligence, behavioral analytics and machine learning.

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From the Internet of Things to Connected Commerce

Join us for a webinar on 31 January, 2018 at 4:00 PM GMT (5:00 PM CET / 8:00 AM PST)

Gregoire Toussaint, Principal -- Edgar, Dunn & Company

The Internet of Things with Connected Objects is developing at a lightning pace and will transform the way consumers live, shop and pay. When payment is embedded into Connected Objects -- to pay or receive payments -- it will contribute to the ever-changing evolution of retail. Connected Objects will significantly impact the way merchants create points-of-interaction to create frictionless and seamless purchase and payment processes in a multi-channel environment. This is the advent of Connected Commerce.

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Device Takeover: The Next Generation of Account Attack

Join us for a webinar on 7 February, 2018 at 4:00 PM GMT (5:00 PM CET / 8:00 AM PST)

Emma Mohan-Satta, Fraud Prevention Consultant -- Kaspersky Lab
Evgeny Kolotinsky, Technology Product Manager -- Kaspersky Lab

Consumers have multiple devices and digital identities which fraudsters are exploiting. We analyse some of the more recent device-based attack vectors, through which fraudsters take over devices as a new form of account takeover attack. The tendency to link devices to account access means that protecting this channel is increasingly important. Learn about attack types and discover key indicators to identify device takeover and prevent harmful intrusion to customer accounts.

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How to Widen Your Fraud Net: Leveraging Device Risk in Your MFA Strategy

Join us for a webinar on 14 February, 2018 at 9:00 AM PST (6:00 PM CET / 5:00 PM GMT)

Michael Thelander, Sr. Director of Product Marketing -- iovation

Everyone knows that a layered approach to security is needed to protect your business. But how do you maintain strong security for both your business and the consumer while delivering authentication that your customers actually like to use? It has never been easier to increase security without sacrificing the user experience. Did you know that before you employ multi-factor authentication (MFA) that you can easily do a device check that gives you insight to the risk associated with a device?

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Worldpay's Fraud Trends Report

Join us for a webinar on 21 February, 2018 at 9:00 AM PST (6:00 PM CET / 5:00 PM GMT)

Helen Holmes, VP of Product Management, Global eCom, Fraud and Risk -- Worldpay

In the second edition of its Fraud Trends Report, Worldpay has focused on some increasingly prevalent types of fraud, as well as looking into cybersecurity measures and the growth of machine learning practices. Friendly fraud, clean fraud and account takeover are becoming more sophisticated, and multiple techniques must be used by merchants to counter them.

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