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Complimentary Webinar on Fighting Fraud, Protecting Data, and Securing Transactions
Tuesday, May 9, 2017 6:30 AM

As financial institutions, we have to secure the data we collect internally and externally. We have to protect those we serve, including ourselves from fraudulent transactions. And we absolutely have to protect every single transaction, big or small. Faster authentication, real-time fraud management, and fewer false positives will form the foundation of our success. The better we ensure the integrity of our payment system, the more our members will transact with us and the better our results.

Join us for the complimentary webinar, "Fighting Fraud, Protecting Data, Securing Transactions: How the Speed of Trust Will Accelerate Your Success with Payments" on Wednesday, May 31, from 2–3 p.m. (CT).

The webinar is hosted by the newly formed Payments Council, and when you register, you'll get two for one—free registration and a free 2017 membership in the Payments Council.

"The Cornerstone Payments Council provides comprehensive and robust services and information that helps all credit unions successfully manage their payment system operations," said SVP of Credit Union Relations Mike Delker. "This is accomplished via the utilization of credit union and financial services industry payments professionals and frequent opportunities for peer engagement and educational opportunities."

Register for the Payments Council here.

Your webinar presenter will be cybercrime and fraud-prevention expert Sundeep Kapur, who will discuss strategies and offer specific tactics to assist you as you define and evaluate your future payments strategy.

Though there's no cost to attend this webinar, attendees must register online prior to the event. If you are not a member of the Payments Council, you will receive a free membership with your registration.

Register for the Payments Council Webinar here.

If you have questions about this webinar, please contact Cristina Martinez at 800-442-5762, ext. 6403, or