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Risk & Security [clear filter]
Monday, June 4

11:15am BST

Security at the bleeding edge of technological innovation
Innovations in technology are breeding a crop of new companies who are looking to shake up the security ecosystem, leveraging AI, blockchain and more to create disruptive models to fight fraud and prevent crime. Join us in the Risky Business track to uncover the tips, tricks and tip top tech talent changing the face of security!

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Marc Corbalan

Vice President, Solutions Consulting, Vocalink Mastercard
Marc Corbalan brings with him over 15 years' data analytics and product experience. As Vice President, Solutions Consulting, Marc focuses on working with customers to craft analytics solutions that solve their problems, on product strategy and on the implementation of Vocalink Analytics... Read More →

Monday June 4, 2018 11:15am - 11:20am BST
The Carousel Stage

11:20am BST

Securing trust, trusting security
Technology can make the world a better place. People take it for granted, but for only as long as they trust it. How do we safeguard the journey for all by securing the technology that underpins it?

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Ajay Bhalla

Chief Security Solutions Officer, Mastercard
Ajay Bhalla is chief enterprise security solutions officer for Mastercard. He leads the team that develops solutions to ensure the safety and security of our products and services for consumers, merchants, partners and governments around the world. Ajay serves on the company's management... Read More →

Monday June 4, 2018 11:20am - 11:35am BST
The Carousel Stage

11:35am BST

The balance of fear: Cybercrime does not follow regulation
Laws and regulation do not apply to the cybercriminals, yet the people tasked with catching the bad guys need to follow a higher standard. Technology while constantly evolving won’t solve the fundamental issues with cybersecurity. What can everyone do to help?

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Benjamin Särkkä

Head of Nordea It-Security Incident Response Team, Nordea
Benjamin Särkkä is a passionately curious person, who now heads the Nordea IT Security Incident Response Team (NITSIRT), he cracked his first password as an 8 year old, and has been trying to learn as much as possible about how computers and the world works ever since.

Monday June 4, 2018 11:35am - 11:55am BST
The Carousel Stage

11:55am BST

From strategy to technology, do you need a complete overhaul?
By 2025 substantial shifts in risk management will be expected. The structural trends that are driving many of these substantial shifts stem from multiple sources. Regulation will continue to broaden and deepen as public sentiment becomes less and less tolerant of any appearance of preventable errors and inappropriate business practices. Simultaneously, customers’ expectations of banking services will rise and change as technology and new business models emerge and evolve. Risk functions will also have to cope with the evolution of newer types of risk (e.g., model, contagion, and cyber)—all of which require new skills and tools. Fortunately, evolving technology and advanced analytics are enabling new products, services, and risk-management techniques, while de-biasing approaches that improve decision making will help risk managers make better choices about risks. However, the risk function of the future will probably be expected to deliver against all these requirements and deal with these trends at a lower cost, because banks will in all likelihood have to reduce their operating costs substantially. Join this session to understand how to place risk management at the centre of your business though adopting an ‘assume you have been compromised’ mentality toward future threats.

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Jonas Ljungqvist

Chief Risk Officer, Ikano Bank
Working as CRo for Ikano Bank since 2013. Previously held senior positions within risk at SEB in Stockholm and Frankfurt. MSc in Engineering Physics.
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Diederick van Thiel

CEO, Advicerobo
Serial European fintech entrepreneur Diederick van Thiel is CEO of AdviceRobo since 2013. AdviceRobo has offices in London and Amsterdam, is the European market leader in psychographic credit and innovative risk scoring. Also he is non-exec with Ikano bank and about to finish his... Read More →
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Urvashi Zutshi

Head of Credit Risk, Program Lending, Abn Amro
Urvashi is a and economist by training and senior financial services executive by trade with 20 years international experience in Asia, Europe and the US in marketing, client relationship, risk and operations. She has a proven ability to lead and recruit a talented, cross cultural... Read More →

Monday June 4, 2018 11:55am - 12:15pm BST
The Carousel Stage

12:15pm BST

Inside the mind of an ethical hacker
The image of a hacker is constantly evolving. Once villainized by mainstream media, we’ve seen a cultural shift that has positioned hackers as an asset for today’s leading organizations. Globally, companies and governments are now leveraging the ethical hacker community to enhance their security portfolio before cybercriminals are able to exploit vulnerabilities. In this session, Shopify and HackerOne cybersecurity and hacking experts will discuss this evolution. Learn what motivates a hacker, how they think, common security mistakes, and top questions for your organization to consider before inviting hackers to test your security landscape.

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Marten Mickos

CEO, HackerOne
Marten Mickos is the CEO of HackerOne, the leading provider world-wide of hacker-powered security. Previously Marten was the CEO of Eucalyptus Systems, acquired by Hewlett-Packard where he served as head of the cloud business. Marten was the CEO of MySQL AB from 2001 to 2008. He served... Read More →
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Peter Yaworski

Application Security Engineer, Shopify
Peter (Pete) Yaworski is an Application Security Engineer at Shopify, ethical hacker and author of Web Hacking 101 and Real-World Bug Hunting. As an active member of the bug bounty community, he has reported bugs to Twitter, Airbnb, HackerOne, Yahoo, Salesforce, the United States... Read More →

Monday June 4, 2018 12:15pm - 12:35pm BST
The Carousel Stage

12:35pm BST

Cyber security in the trenches and across borders
We all know that the financial industry remains a top target for criminals, this has not changed. Only one thing has changed; bank robbers have turned their masks and weapons in for coding skills. Cyber-attacks are growing in number, size and sophistication. Among the dangerous weapons of choice are DDos attacks, Malware, Spyware, Phishing, just to name a few. But that’s not the only danger to be found. Also, the increased interconnectedness in the industry has generated multiple points of entry (cloud, mobile, IoT and artificial intelligence) which could turn out to be potential Achilles’ heels. With enough ammunition at their disposal, hackers have also more reasons to breach the walls of the financial system. Not only for money or personal data, but geopolitical factors are at the root of attack vectors. What does best practice and innovation look like in intelligence sharing? How can multiple stakeholders work together and embrace the tools, technologies and methodologies to stay ahead of the bad guys?

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Noemie Papp

Head of Digital & Retail, European Banking Federation (EBF)
In 2012 Noémie Papp joined the European Banking Federation. Noémie is head of Digital and Retail and leads the EBF strategy on digital and retail including on cloud computing, e-identification, data, FinTech, Payments, Cybersecurity, Blockchain etc.Prior to joining the EBF, Noémie... Read More →

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Carsten Ahrens

CEO, Giesecke+Devrient Mobile Security
Carsten Ahrens is Chief Executive Officer of Giesecke+Devrient Mobile Security GmbH. Having completed his studies in electrical engineering, he brings more than 20 years of experience in various management positions in national and international telecommunications and IT companies... Read More →
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Thomas Bostrøm Jørgensen

General Manages, EMEA, AllClear ID
Thomas Bostrøm Jørgensen joined AllClear ID as General Manager in 2016, where he leads the European arm of the world’s leading provider of data breach customer response.He was appointed to this role following AllClear ID’s acquisition of authentication expert Encap Security... Read More →
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Max Laemmle

CEO & Founder, Fraugster
Max Laemmle is the Founder & CEO of Fraugster. Before founding Fraugster, he cofounded the payment gateway company Better Payment and was the product evangelist at the mPOS company SumUp.
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Corrado Lonati

CERT, Intesa Sanpaolo
His career primarily took place in information security with a deep focus on risk governance, starting with university researches, progressing in IBM Italy consulting services, where he had responsibilities for project and business goals achievement, staying steady in Intesa Sanpaolo... Read More →

Monday June 4, 2018 12:35pm - 1:15pm BST
The Carousel Stage

12:45pm BST

Nonprofit Companies: Experiments in Business Model Hacking
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Melanie Rieback

Radically Open Security, CEO & Co-Founder
Melanie Rieback is the CEO/Co-founder of Radically Open Security, the world’s first nonprofit computer security consultancy company. She is also a former Assistant Professor of Computer Science at VU who performed RFID security research (RFID Virus and RFID Guardian), that attracted... Read More →

Monday June 4, 2018 12:45pm - 1:05pm BST
The Arena Stage
Tuesday, June 5

9:05am BST

Kaspersky Lab pushes the fight against fraud to the next level
Fraud. It’s a problem that plagues modern society and brings harm to businesses andindividuals alike.  But, Kaspersky Lab is on a mission to defend againstthe fraudsters. And, this year at Money20/20, Alessio Aceti, VP of New Businessat the global cybersecurity company, will be launching crucial developments toKaspersky Fraud Prevention. Kaspersky Lab’s Advanced Authentication andAutomated Fraud Analytics will draw on a synergy of leading machine learningtechnologies, the power of human expertise and real-world instances, and areset to revolutionize how businesses protect themselves and their customersagainst fraud.

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Alessio Aceti

VP New Business, Kaspersky Lab
Alessio Aceti joined Kaspersky Lab in 2012 as a member of the pre-sales team, and became VP new business in 2018, covering Frud Prevention, Industrial CyberSecurity and Transportation Security. He brings to this role more than 13 years’ experience in the cybersecurity industry... Read More →

Tuesday June 5, 2018 9:05am - 9:15am BST
The Lion’s Den Stage

9:10am BST

It’s hip to be Square: Open Q&A on PIN on Glass
The newly minted PCI Standard for software-based PIN entry on commercial off-the-shelf devices promises to expand card acceptance and lower costs. Long-known for expanding financial inclusion for small businesses using technical innovations, Square is an early adopter of this new technology, using it for PIN acceptance in a number of markets including the UK. Come ask the experts - Square’s Risk and Security Lead, Sam Quigley, and UL’s Andrew Jamieson - why you should support PIN on glass, the benefits of software PIN entry, best practices for building your own PIN on glass solutions, and how its application could be much broader than payments. 

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Andrew Jamieson

Director Technology & Security, Underwriters Laboratories
Andrew Jamieson has over 25 years of experience in working with payment systems and emerging technologies. Before working with UL, Andrew has helped grow a number of startup companies creating new technologies in the areas of mobile and innovative payment systems, and consumer products... Read More →

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Sam Quigley

Risk & Security Lead, Square
Biography coming soon

Tuesday June 5, 2018 9:10am - 9:30am BST
The Spiegeltent Stage

9:35am BST

EMV 3-D Secure 2.0 - Enhancing security and user experience in e-commerce
Digital commerce is the fastest growing area of payments, as more connected devices become payment devices. Consumers have more ways to pay than ever before, whether through a browser, mobile app, or connected device. Today’s six billion connected devices will exceed 20 billion in the next three years. When a consumer is making a digital purchase verifying the transaction and the identity of the consumer becomes increasingly important and challenging.

Introducing the UL 3DS Self-Test Platform -a complete, configurable and versatile SAAS platform that provides the ability to simulate the entire new EMV 3D-Secure ecosystem. He will dive into the importance of providing testing and compliance solutions in a more automated, user-friendly and scalable way.

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Vinicius Carvalho

Global Product Manager, UL
Vinicius Carvalho Mesquita (Vini) is Global Product Manager at UL. Vini is a leading authority in the field of online and alternative payment methods, regulatory trends and international markets.Vini is responsible for the design, implementation and running of a new SAAS payment authentication... Read More →

Tuesday June 5, 2018 9:35am - 9:45am BST
The Lion’s Den Stage