All Upcoming Training
Understanding Payments Fraud and Cybercrime
June 28 - 29, 2017
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Payments fraud has been a significant problem for companies of all size for many years and the growing incidence of cybercrime makes the problem even greater. This course provides participants an overview of the various types of payments fraud and discusses practices in fraud prevention and control. The course also discusses the growing incidence of cybercrime and account takeover and presents best practices in dealing with the problem. Additionally, guidance will be provided on what to do when, not if, payments fraud and cybercrime occur.
- Understand exposure to the types of payment fraud
- Analyze the elements of cybercrime and account takeover
- Review and understand best practices in managing the risk of payments fraud and cybercrime
- Determine what steps to take after an attack has occurred
SpeakersMark Webster, CCM
Partner, Treasury Alliance Group LLC
Mark Webster is a Partner and Treasurer in Treasury Alliance Group LLC, a consulting firm that specializes in Payments and Treasury Management. He has over 35 years of experience in all areas of payments and treasury and risk management; and has worked with domestic and international clients in a wide variety of industries, including financial services, retail, insurance and government. Mark has significant financial services industry experience, having worked for both regional and money center banks in a variety of roles including: CIO, Treasury Services Product Manager, and head of Payments Operations and Check Processing.
Mark is a frequent speaker and lecturer on both a local and national level and has served on the faculty of The Payments Institute, The Institute of International Payments, Treasury Management Series at the Haas Business School at the University of California, and The Global Treasury Forum.
Jim Gilligan, CTP, FP&A
Assistant Treasurer, Great Plains Energy Incorporated
Jim has been employed by GPE, or one of its affiliated companies, for over 32 years. He joined KCP&L as a Financial Analyst in 1982, was later named Supervisor, Credit & Collection; then Manager, Treasury Operations. He then moved to KLT, where he was responsible for evaluating, structuring and conducting due diligence on new business ventures. Jim returned to KCP&L as Senior Manager, Corporate Treasury in 2000 with KCP&L re-organization into a consolidated holding company structure and the formation of Great Plains Energy. He was named Assistant Treasurer in 2012. He currently has responsibility for cash management and corporate finance functions of Great Plains Energy and its subsidiaries.