OVERVIEW

By this time, we are all aware of how pieces of content can be easily discovered across social media platforms or other digital platforms such as chat apps. And that is just one side of the coin. Not to mention, the infinite number of fraudulent credit card or debit card calls we receive from time to time and even those phoney emails, which usually claim that either we have won a lottery or have an instant loan waiting for us. And all it takes is a click and our card details to avail of these once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. However, these are not the only kind of digital fraud which currently exists. With the evolution of the digital industry fraud too, has evolved and there is more than that meets the eyes. In fact, the fraud detection and prevention (FDP) market was estimated to be worth $19.5 billion in 2017 and is expected to exceed $63 billion by 2023, as per market research firm Statista, latest finding. Other findings show that in FY21, a total of over 16,000 copyrights were registered in India.

As of October 2018, around 23% of Internet users have been a victim of online identity theft. These criminal activities are in the form of credit card fraud, tax-related issues, or bank fraud, among others. While wire transfers still account for the highest value of fraud loss, technology-enabled frauds such as card-not-present (CNP) credit card fraud are increasingly common. Ad fraud is yet another kind. In 2020, advertising fraud inflicted economic losses worth $35 billion worldwide.

And that’s just the beginning. In the last few years fraud too has evolved – from identity theft to refund to privacy to intellectual property theft besides refund fraud, among others. Needless to say, the list goes on. At this year's DigiFraud Insiders Summit, we try to navigate through the world of fraud and copyright infringement.

KEY DISCUSSION TRACKS

  • Government’s Role in resolving Digital fraud

  • Safeguarding digital identities

  • Fraud in Embedded finance

  • Platforms and the issue of Fraud

  • Refund fraud - a new menace

  • Decoding Intellectual property crime

  • Building a robust system to battle supply chain fraud

  • AdFraud and its adverse impact

  • Use of data analytics to fight fraud

  • AI based solution to comply with regulations

  • Importance of Privacy

  • Fraud of the future

Speakers

Ashish Pandey

Digital and Tech Head India Sub Continent, CIO, CDTO, GSK Consumer Healthcare India

Babitha B P

CISO, CSB Bank

Nandkumar Saravade

Former CEO, Reserve Bank Information Technology (ReBIT)

Pawan Chawla

CISO and DPO, Future Generali India Life Insurance

Victor Apps

Head of Fraud Risk Management, HK and GCNA (Interim), Standard Chartered Bank

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • CXOs
  • CIOs, CISOs and CTOs
  • Cyber-fraud specialists
  • Digital fraud analysts
  • Government representatives

WHY ATTEND

  • Understand how to create and save digital identities from fraud
  • Learn what are the security measures which can be adopted to prevent frauds in finance sector
  • What are the alarming new frauds
 
  • How fraudsters use crypto to commit fraud worth billions of dollars
  • How AI solution and data analytics can resolve digital frauds
  • Interact on a real-time basis with speakers as well as fellow attendees

Contact Us

For Partnership Opportunities

Mansee Mistry
+91 9664897327

For Delegation Queries:

Deepika Pawar
+91 9971129087

For Speaking Opportunities

Shashank Vishen
+91 7709564091

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