Fraud Summit - San Francisco 2014 - The 2014 San Francisco Fraud Summit closes with some summary remarks and a look ahead. ISMG's Tom Field summarize key takeaways from the day's sessions, with color commentary from noted banking, legal and research leaders. Then our fraud experts draw upon their own experiences to offer:
At the law firm Duane Morris, Burton focuses on information security and cyberfraud issues as well as civil, criminal and appellate litigation. He advises and represents individuals and corporations regarding their rights and responsibilities in maintaining the security of digital information. His practice includes trade secret, trademark and patent litigation, with an emphasis on cybercrime and cybersecurity. Burton is a former assistant U.S. attorney who handled several pioneering high technology investigations and prosecutions, including the first prosecution in the nation for criminal copyright infringement of computer code.
VP and Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
Ferrara contributes to Forrester's offerings for the security and risk professional, leading the company's coverage of security metrics, security program effectiveness, security awareness and enterprise security information architecture. Ferrara's research builds on his work as a highly experienced in-program manager for the design and delivery of secure information technology solutions, including strategy, process, applications and infrastructure. He has consulted with Fortune 50 companies in the area of solution determination based on understanding the needs and the skills required to create a successful security posture for large complex organizations.
Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, QCR Holdings Inc.
At this multibank holding company based in Moline, Ill., Wyffels focuses on compliance, fraud prevention and technology. He has worked in information technology for more than 20 years. His career has focused on the financial services markets and credit card processing and operations. Before joining QCR, he directed MIS and distributed systems for Alliance Data Systems in Dallas. Prior to Alliance Data Systems, Wyffels worked in several enterprise and line-of-business roles within IT for First Data Corp.