Human Cost of Financial Crime 4.0 – 2020 Outlook and Use Cases
11 February 2020 | 3:00 - 3:30pm SGT
Industry 4.0 is unfolding, providing the way to a hyper interconnected world of social media, digitisation and internet of things. The rapid digitisation has opened new access points and vulnerabilities harnessed by sophisticated, malicious actors with speed and scale, which are evolving to complex and digital-enabled Financial Crimes 4.0.
Financial frauds are on the rise globally and becoming all-encompassing with a spectrum of profitable illicit trades, ranging from bribery, internal frauds, identity thefts, money laundering to cybercrimes, all flowing through the financial systems. Social engineering frauds are also adding a new dimension through fraudulent misuse personal trust, including business email scams, account takeovers, money mules, investment scams, romance scams and taking advantage of the elderly.
In line with this, The Asian Banker, in partnership with GBG, a global technology specialist in fraud and compliance management – as well as location and identity verification – is bringing a thought leadership RadioFinance webinar discussion on 11 February 2020, from 3:00 PM to 3:50 PM SGT.
The discussion will focus on these issues:
- The growing Financial Crime 4.0 and its impact
- Increasing complexities of digital-enabled financial and social engineering crimes
- Use cases in fraud and compliance protection across value chain against Financial Crime 4.0
- How organisations can achieve real world implementation and orchestration of machine learning, cyber intelligence and emerging technologies for optimum risk protection
Michelle Weatherhead, Operations Director, APAC, GBG
Stephen Su, Head of Solutions, APAC, GBG
Neeti Aggarwal, CFA, Senior Manager, Research, The Asian Banker