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Sundeep Kapur

Maintaining the Integrity of Money
Sundeep Kapur, Digital Credence Inc.

Your members depend on you to keep their money safe, their information protected, and every transaction secure. However, the modern-day bandit does not rest; from high-tech hackers to social engineering fraudsters, to automated bots that steal - your credit union is under a constant threat.

From cash, to payment systems & networks, to cryptocurrencies - this presentation covers the gamut. Discussion covers the varying types of fraud and what you could be doing to help circumvent the impact.

Takeaway:

  • How do you deal with the different types of fraud?
  • What can you do to protect your members?
  • How do you manage against breaches and breached information?
  • What should you do to train your people and your channels?

About Sundeep Kapur

After 24 years in corporate America as a business and technology consultant, Sundeep returned to his passion. He seeks to address challenges faced by Financial Institutions by offering innovative, yet pragmatic approaches. While at NCR Corporation Sundeep was part of the electronic commerce group which focused on cloud based digital personalized services. This group supported retailers, entertainment companies, and financial institutions. The group focused on internal and external compliance including adhering to the SSAE 16 and SOC certifications. Translated, this meant working with brands to create standards for data protection, transaction integrity, and fraud management. He has had the opportunity to break in and audit specific financial institutions and retailers using a myriad of approaches – in person, on the phone, and via digital channels. Sundeep has had an opportunity to work with brands like MasterCard, Visa, Equifax, Overstock.com, Dillard’s, The National Sports Forum, and multiple financial institutions. Sundeep has also been involved in a FinTech initiative on payments where fraud management is one of three critical components. Sundeep has a B.A. in Economics, a B.S. in Computer Science, and an MBA.

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