|Event Date||Thu Sep 9 EDT (10 months ago)|
Today, banking cybersecurity professionals and systems confronts daily new threats and increasingly high stakes. These threats have only been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.
A recent study found that 74% of banks and insurers experienced a rise in cyber crime since the pandemic began. More than 40% of financial institutions view the pandemic and its work-from-home imperative a threat to cybersecurity.
Given the speed, volume and sophistication of cyberattacks, many in the banking industry are pushing for more automation in bank cybersecurity and identity verification. Join Bank Automation News and a panel of industry experts as we explore what role automation in reducing bad-bot activities, stopping account takeover attacks, reducing credit card fraud and eliminating data scraping.
In addition to sharing best practices on stopping cybercrime, the panel will explore how Know Your Customer automation can enable financial institutions to meet and exceed regulatory expectations and guidelines.
Join us for this exciting panel and learn more about how RBC, Simmons Bank and KPMG thwart the web’s more sinister side.
SVP, Financial Crimes Risk Mitigation, Simmons Bank
US Cyber Security Services Banking Industry Lead, KPMG
VP Digital Product, RBC