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Blockchain, Tokens, Chips: How Best to Fight Fraud?–with post-election comments
Which technologies will come to the rescue?
Thursday, November 17th, 2016
at the offices of Davis Wright Tremaine
1251 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY
Fraud has always been a part of commerce. As the world becomes more and more digital, fraud follows because, to use that famous phrase, “That’s where the money is.” Fast internet connections are widely available across the globe. Hackers everywhere use this connectivity to probe the entire internet for weaknesses and exploit them.
If technology facilitates fraud, how good is it at playing defense?
Join a panel of experts on November 17th for a drink, networking, and a lively NYPAY discussion on how to arm ourselves in the battle against fraudsters.
Moderated by:David True
Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine
Lance Koonce specializes in intellectual property litigation and counseling for clients in the advertising, publishing, music, television/film, fashion, and consumer products fields, and has extensive experience analyzing the implications of emerging technologies. As a litigator, he has 20 years of experience trying complex commercial cases in state and federal court, including jury trials. Lance writes and speaks frequently on IP and technology issues, and is the founder of the CreativeBlockchain.com blog, which focuses on how blockchain technology intersects with the creative industries.
Lance is also a member of DWT’s Breach Response Team.
Founder and CEO, Token
Zohar is a serial entrepreneur and award-winning product innovator with a passion for creating great products that make a difference in people’s lives. Zohar founded Token to take the fraud out of payments.
Prior to Token, Zohar spent over 12 years with startups as well as at firms such as Alcatel-Lucent and Amdocs, leading multinational, multicultural and multi-disciplinary teams to deliver innovative products.
Senior Analyst, Aite Group
Ben Knieff specializes in fraud detection, identity verification and authentication, anti-money laundering/Bank Secrecy Act compliance, and investigations management. He has 15 years of product management and product marketing experience in Know Your Customer/due-diligence management, transaction monitoring, sanctions/OFAC compliance, account-origination fraud, online fraud, ATM fraud, and identity theft at firms such at FIS and Actimize.
Co-Founder & SVP of Sales & Business Development, Socure
Johnny is the co-founder and SVP of Socure, a NYC-based high growth company that is the emerging leader in digital identity verification and fraud prediction. An advisor and mentor at several Silicon Alley start-ups, he’s built global business development teams across the US and Europe. He received both his Bachelors and Masters in Finance from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College.
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