TransUnion is the new trading name of Callcredit in the UK. The usual high levels of service and products will continue as normal whilst we update the brand over the coming months.

Agenda

Here is what we have planned for the afternoon:

12.00:      Guests arrive - registration and lunch

13.00:      Welcome: John Cannon, Managing Director, Fraud & ID at Callcredit

13.05:      Keynote speaker: Mike Gordon, Chief Executive Officer at Callcredit

13.25:      Keynote speaker: David Modic

13.50:      Keynote speaker: Major-General Jonathan Shaw

14.30:      Keynote speaker: David Birch

14.55:      Networking break with refreshments

15.20:      Breakout Streams:

Advancements of technology in Fraud Prevention

Fraud and technology are undoubtedly linked, as fraud continues to evolve so does the way in which technology is used to perpetrate it. The same can be said of the use of technology in the prevention and detection of fraud. This breakout session explores some of these technologies, including the use of email, mobile, device and machine learning in the fight against fraud.

Chair: Sarah Golding, Callcredit
Speaker 1: Andrew Mulligan, Callcredit
Speaker 2: Earl Gardiner, CYBG
Speaker 3: Joe Bolser, Callcredit
Speaker 4: Eddie Glenn, Iovation

Collaboration in the Fight Against Fraud 

Fraud is prevalent across all industries, not just individual people. In this session we delve into the importance of sharing not only data but best practice as well, across the public and private sectors. With fraud types and techniques evolving it's time to take a collaborative approach. Learn how to keep one step ahead of the fraudsters by working cohesively with other organisations to combat fraud.

In the session we will look at the evolving nature of fraud and how we can work collaboratively to combat new threats including developments in consumer empowerment like Open Banking. This session will feature presentations from Mark Cheeseman of the Cabinet Office and Angus Sim of the Post Office on current collaboration approaches, and a presentation on developments in Open Banking will follow. After which Toni Sless Chair of The Fraud Women’s Network will be leading a panel discussion on how lessons learnt and best practice in collaboration against fraud can be applied to new technologies and initiatives. 

Chair: Victoria Jackson, Callcredit
Speaker 1: Toni Sless, Fraud Women's Network
Speaker 2: Ben Thackwray, Callcredit
Speaker 3: Richard Morton, Callcredit
Speaker 4: Mark Cheeseman, Cabinet Office
Speaker 5: Angus Sim, Post Office

Future Fraud Considerations

The future fraud considerations breakout session will give opportunity to review current fraud trends as well as industry threats that are on the horizon. With speakers who are uniquely placed to provide comment on the latest fraud statistics, the discussions will include the roles of technology, strategy deployment and organisational controls to support the mitigation of fraud both now and in the future.

Chair: Josh Gunnell
Speaker 1: Tracey Carpenter, Cifas
Speaker 2: Osman Khurshid, Synectics
Speaker 3: Gareth Bentley, Secure Trust Bank

17.00:      Networking drinks and canapés

There will be drinks and food served once the Summit has ended. We really hope you can join us into the evening for a relaxed networking opportunity.

19.00:      Close

Fraud is prevalent across all industries, not just individual people. In this session we delve into the importance of sharing not only data but best practice as well, across the public and private sectors. With fraud types and techniques evolving it's time to take a collaborative approach. Learn how to keep one step ahead of the fraudsters by working cohesively with other organisations to combat fraud