Sweetheart Scams, Phishing Attacks, and Member Fraud (Webinar)

Watch Recorded Webinar (Available Below)

Date: February 14, 2018
T
ime: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm (ET)

Sweetheart scams cause more than just heartache. These scams are costly and financial fraud affects more people than you might think, from online dating to preying on the elderly. Phishing attacks are also on the rise and directly prey on your members in more and more creative ways. Join this session to learn about the fraud that hits your members the hardest. You will walk away with actionable steps to help thwart these attacks.

Key Takeaways:

  • Overview of the rise of sweetheart scams and phishing attacks
  • What your credit union can tell your members to help them remain protected
  • What actions your credit union can take to prevent exposure to these attacks
  • How you can get in front of members of all ages, including Millennials and Gen Z

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EXPERT PRESENTER
 
Ann_Davidson
Ann Davidson, VP of Risk Consulting, Allied Solutions 
Ann Davidson is the VP of Risk Consulting at Allied Solutions. With over 40 years of diverse experience in the financial industry, Ann Davidson has become a nationally renowned expert in risk control and risk management. Ann has an impressive list of achievements and accreditations in the financial industry, which includes making notable article contributions to accredited financial publications and being a keynote speaker on a variety of risk management topics at hundreds of conferences and seminars nationwide. Ann’s work and research has helped increase awareness of sound risk prevention and response measures, which in turn have helped financial institutions mitigate their exposure to risk related financial losses. 

 

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