Financial Fraud Forum 2004

Venue: Miami

Location: Miami, Florida, United States

Event Date/Time: Apr 26, 2004
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Powerful Strategies for Business and Law Enforcement to Detect and Prevent Financial Fraud
April 26th - 27th, 2004
The Omni Colonnade Hotel, Miami, FL

Dear Fraud Professional:

Financial Research Associates’ is proud to present “Financial Fraud Forum 2004” scheduled for April 26-27, 2004 at The Omni Colonnade Hotel in Miami, Florida. We have been receiving an excellent response from the industry so far and we would love for you to be a part of this unbiased event!

General Highlights:
How identity theft & fraud is affecting financial institutions
A collaborative effort to eradicate identity theft/fraud - - You won’t want to miss this session!
Effectively responding to customers who have been victimized by fraud
Learning how to work with the FTC
A fascinating technology showcase on the latest software/applications to avoid fraud
Safeguards, trends, and pitfalls to faceless transactions and online fraud
On the Financial/Business Side (Track "A"):
Looking at the latest technologies to eradicate fraud: Cost versus immediacy versus effectiveness
Ensuring effective identity management and successfully authenticating information
Internal operational risk: Does the left hand know what the right hand is doing?
Averted losses and triumphant techniques - - a series of case studies from financial institutions
Utilizing behavioral systems as loss prevention tools
Information sharing, networking, and communicating as a loss prevention tool
On the Law Enforcement & Government Initiative Side (Track "B"):
Find out how law enforcement is responding to the sharp increase in identity theft/fraud
How is law enforcement improving their computer forensic efforts to seize valuable information?
Training law enforcement to respond quickly and efficiently to fraud
Maximizing your resources: How can the U.S. Postal Service, the Secret Service, and the FTC help?
Taking a look at international concerns including identity theft, drug trafficking. Money laundering, homeland security, and terrorism.

About the Post-Conference Workshops:

We have added TWO post-conference workshops. The first is an Online Fraud. It was cleverly designed to cover everything detecting/monitoring online fraud, a risk analysis, phishing, and customer awareness/training. The second workshop option is for law enforcement on Interviewing/Interrogations. Our panelists will unravel their trade secrets to getting suspects to talk. You won’t want these valuable additions to the program!

110 Ways to Summarize the Financial Fraud Forum 2004 Experience:
49 Reputable Taft-Hartley Speakers
22 Topic Areas
14 Concurrent Sessions
8 Case Studies
4 Steps to Effective Identity Management & Successful Authentication
5 Technology Showcase Exhibitors
2 Days of Intense Education & Networking
2 Keynote Presentations
1 Track for Financial Institutions/Business Issues
1 Track for Law Enforcement & Government Initiatives
1 Memorable Cocktail Receptions
1 Hard-Hitting Panel on Identity Fraud/Theft


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Additional Information

The fee to attend the forum is $1295. The fee to attend the forum and either workshop is $1495. The fee to attend the forum for a government official or law enforcement officer is $795, or $895 to include a workshop.