MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., May 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Guardian Analytics, the market leader in behavior-based anomaly detection solutions for preventing banking and payments fraud, today announced that the company will host "Advance Together," its 2013 Customer Conference from May 29-31 at the W Hotel in San Francisco. The Advance Together event will further the state of fraud prevention through collaboration and knowledge sharing among leading experts and practitioners from Guardian Analytics' FraudMAP® customer base, fraud industry experts, and Guardian Analytics' executives.
The opening keynote address —entitled "Can You Think Like a Fraudster?"— will be presented by Dennis Lormel, a leading expert in complex financial-related fraud and crime, who formerly served as Chief of the FBI's Financial Crimes Program as well as formulated, established, and directed the FBI's comprehensive terrorist financing initiative after 9/11.
Additional keynote presenters include Murray Walton, SVP and chief risk officer at Fiserv, Inc., who will deliver the presentation "Technology, Risk, & Payments Innovation"; Joseph Burton, managing partner of the law firm Duane Morris, who specializes in cybercrime and cybersecurity, will present "The Legal Liability Side of Fraud"; and David Nussenbaum, an expert on financial fraud control and implementation with Ernst & Young, who will deliver "Fraud in the Mobile Payments Landscape." Guardian Analytics experts, customers, and partners will also present on topics including best practices for fraud prevention, threat trends, and collaboration.
"With increasingly sophisticated online and offline fraud schemes, cyber criminals are expanding their attacks and new threats are continually emerging in online, ACH, wire, and mobile banking," said Guardian Analytics CEO Terry Austin. "This dynamic evolution of financial fraud creates new challenges for defensive strategies and highlights the critical importance of knowledge sharing. Our second annual Customer Conference represents the forefront of best practice knowledge sharing through a diverse community of fraud prevention professionals."
About Guardian Analytics
Guardian Analytics is the pioneer and leading provider of behavior-based fraud prevention solutions for financial institutions. With over 250 customers, more financial institutions trust Guardian's SaaS solutions to protect their clients' assets and conform to FFIEC expectations for anomaly detection than any other solution. Based in Mountain View, Calif., Guardian Analytics is privately held with venture funding from Foundation Capital, Sutter Hill Ventures, Split Rock Partners, Triangle Peak Partners, and Costanoa Venture Capital. For more information, please visit www.GuardianAnalytics.com.
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