We hope you enjoyed the recent Jack Henry Connect conference in San Diego! Building connections is at the heart of what we do, and we were thrilled to be back in person this year with four action-packed days of connecting with you through a host of networking events, social activities, technology exhibitions, and more dynamic speakers than ever before.
During the conference, Jack Henry’s risk and fraud experts stayed busy, presenting over 25 timely sessions on a variety of subjects related to the challenges faced by today’s community and regional financial institutions. Sessions focused on key trends, hot topics, and innovations impacting the financial services industry today regarding fraud and risk management.
To recap, here are a few highlights from our highly attended Reducing Risk and Fraud sessions at the conference:
Jack Henry’s Yonesy Núñez, Chief Information Security Officer, led the main stage session providing insight into the crucial steps cyber professionals take when identifying and managing zero-day vulnerabilities, which have increased drastically over the last year and require rapid orchestration of any security team in order to combat risk.
Allen Eaves, Managing Director of Gladiator, provided keen insight into the latest cybersecurity trends driving regulatory scrutiny and expectations for financial institutions in 2022 and beyond, helping banks and credit unions ensure they have what it takes to be prepared to manage risk.
Viviana Campanaro from Gladiator led a discussion highlighting how banks and credit unions can utilize their governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) building blocks to enhance their IT security program. Further, Campanaro shed light on how financial institutions can manage their organization’s risk, compliance, and business resiliency in a proactive, unified approach to avoid security breaches and findings in the next audit/exam.
Jack Henry financial crimes expert, Rene Perez, detailed some frightening topics related to fraud and AML – such as Deep Fakes, Synthetic ID, Digital Signatures, and cryptocurrency. He also discussed some of the tactics criminal organizations are using to defraud accountholders and financial institutions and detailed how banks and credit unions can fight against new threats.
Liz Abbott and John Wood from Jack Henry’s Financial Crimes Solutions Team shared the latest information and insight on fraud detection in real-time. They also shared an exclusive “sneak peek” at Jack Henry’s Financial Crimes Defender (coming soon) and how this single solution will address fraud and AML at your financial institution.
Our annual educational conference and technology showcase is an extension of Jack Henry’s commitment to strengthening connections and building relationships. We hope to “connect” with you again at next year’s event and look forward to offering more informative sessions and quality solutions to support you and help solve your risk and fraud challenges. For more resources to help you reduce risk and fraud, check out our website at jackhenry.com.
October 16 – 19, 2023 | Indianapolis, IN
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