Find out what's inside the June 2021 edition of the Journal & download a free copy of this month's featured article
In financial services, keeping gross fraud loss in check is critical to the brand and the bottom line. Unfortunately, financial services institutions are lucrative targets for organized crime rings and the tools that enable cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated and less expensive. You need the latest intelligence if you want to protect your organization.
Join this session to learn:
• New threats from organized crime rings related to the credential marketplace landscape.
• Insights and evidence around how criminal organizations are increasingly reverting to manual (i.e., human-driven) fraud methods, and how to stop them.
• The latest machine learning algorithms trained by attack profile, risk surface, and historical fraud records that specifically protect banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions.
Shehzad Shahbuddi – Sales Engineer, Shape Security
Shehzad Shahbuddin is a Senior Sales Engineer at F5 Shape Security with 7+ years of experience working in web and internet technologies. Shehzad specializes in web security and performance and is responsible educating and working with Fortune 500 companies to make their sites more secure and provide a great experience for their own customers.
Carl Mosby III – Manager of the West Region Solutions Engineering team, Shape Security
Carl Mosby III is the manager of the West Region Solutions Engineering team at Shape Security. Carl has more than 12 years of solutions engineering experience across many products, but has primarily focused on Cloud Security. Prior to making the move to the solutions engineer role, he spent many years in infrastructure as a Windows Server Admin, Middleware analyst, amongst other roles. Carl obtained a degree in Computer Science from Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida.
ISSA Webinars and Conference series cover all the continuing education credits to maintain your cyber security certifications. (CPEs, CEUs, ECE, etc). Each hour is equal to one continuing education credit. Certificates of completion are available upon request after completion. For instructions, click here.