Cybersecurity professionals can register to learn from, and directly engage with, fraud prevention professionals at some of the most recognizable companies in the world.
SAN MATEO, Calif. (April 25, 2022) Arkose Labs, the global leader in fraud deterrence and account security, today announced the 2022 schedule for its popular Bankrupting Fraud Virtual Panel series that launches on Tuesday, April 26.
A formidable brain trust of experts in fraud deterrence, account security, and customer experience are on the docket to share their insights, discuss fresh threat intel, and exchange actionable ideas that are working to deter cyber fraudsters from launching threats like account takeover attacks. Former FBI Most Wanted cybercriminal, and current Arkose Labs Chief Criminal Officer, Brett Johnson headlines each event in the series and will be joined by cybersecurity experts from some of the world’s top companies. Speakers include: Karthik Rangarajan from Robinhood, Stephanie Olsen from Netflix, Deborah Kinsella from Pitney Bowes, and Shreyas Nangalia from LinkedIn, etc. Click here for the full list of notable speakers.
Panels in the series will take place on April 26, May 3, and conclude on May 10. You can review the event’s website for details and times for your region.
Topics for the series cover the pressing issues that cybersecurity leaders are coming up against, including the massive intelligent bot revolution under way, the top online account security strategies that build customer trust, and the steps you can take to move your cyber fraud prevention program from mitigation to deterrence.
“Every year we receive fantastic feedback from CISOs, CSOs, and VPs of fraud prevention that this series is one of the best learning programs in the cybersecurity ecosystem,” said Arkose Labs Chief Revenue Officer Richard Dufty. “I’m excited to be one of the discussion facilitators this year because of the line up of speakers, companies and topics. Would love for you to join us!”
The 2022 Bankrupting Fraud Virtual Panel Series is part of Arkose Labs’ commitment to giving back to the cybersecurity ecosystem by contributing to the industry’s body of knowledge and