Future of Fraud | 2024 Expert Predictions

  • Dec 5, 2023 12:00 p.m.
  • Central Time (CT)
Course Level
Delivered via
50 minutes


Financial institutions encounter threats to consumers every day with each transaction. At a time when instant payments adoption and the shift of liability to financial institutions looms, it is more important than ever to understand emerging scams and tactics, such as money mules, that fraudsters will leverage in the months and years to come. 

In this sponsored webinar presented by NICE Actimize, you will learn about payment modernization and common scams and tactics used by fraudsters to watch for in a digital-first landscape. Before the shift of liability to financial institutions takes effect in 2024, understand what controls you can implement to boost your fraud prevention program. 



You Will Learn How To:

Navigate trends in payment modernization and their impact on risk.

Identify common scams and tactics used by fraudsters to avoid detection in a digital-first payments environment.

Recognize innovative technology that catches money mules and complex frauds early on.

Apply advanced financial fraud prevention controls at an organization.

Sponsor Information


CPE Information

CPE Credit: 1
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

Credit by Field of Study

Information Technology: 1


Rob Rendell - Speaker


Global Head of Fraud Market Strategy & Fraud Prevention—Subject Matter Expert
NICE Actimize


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