Hundreds of e-commerce fraud-prevention professionals representing merchants worldwide will learn the latest anti-fraud tactics and practical advice from the industry’s foremost experts in digital commerce during the Education Conference of the CNP Expo, May 22-25, at Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando, FL.
The fifth annual CNP Expo will host a diverse community of merchants, banks, processors, anti-fraud software providers, legal experts, alternative payment providers, card networks and others in mobile and electronic commerce to learn counter-fraud strategies, leverage card-not-present payments and forge partnerships to advance their business.
The Education Conference features keynote presentations by Brett “Gollumfun” Johnson, a former U.S. Secret Service Most Wanted Cybercriminal, and Jeff Pizzuro, commander of a law enforcement digital investigations and technology task force.
Johnson and Pizzuro will provide a well-rounded perspective of criminal sociology/motivation, the latest fraud techniques and law enforcement insights on fighting fraud.
The CNP Expo Education Conference offers more merchant speakers and counter-fraud transparency than any other industry gathering. More than 50 education sessions will be presented in a variety of formats including merchant panels, case studies, expert analysis, best practices, research announcements and industry keynotes.
Several merchant-only sessions will be held to offer full transparency in a secure, controlled setting. Education speakers include nearly 100 industry experts representing merchants such as Google, GameStop, Etsy, Yahoo, Staples, Viator/Trip Advisor, HSN, LEGO, Amazon, Western Union, Sony PlayStation, Pinterest, Victoria’s Secret and more.
In 2016, the LexisNexis True Cost of Fraud Survey revealed that for every $1 purchased with a stolen form of payment, the loss to the company is $2.40. LexisNexis Risk Solutions will announce the 2017 survey results on May 24 at the CNP Expo.
The CNP Expo also features multiple industry networking events and a two-day exhibition of some 100 technology and service providers. E-commerce companies sending representatives include: Angie’s List, Bass Pro Shops, Bed Bath & Beyond, Big Lots, careerbuilder, Coach, Crate & Barrel, Darden, Dell, Disney, dunkin’ Brands, Etsy, FedEx, HSN, intuit, JoAnn Fabric & Craft Store, LEGO, McDonald’s, priceline.com, United, Costco and Sony PlayStation and more.