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Spring into 202ONE: CCSP Program Overview

Spring into 202ONE: CCSP Program Overview

A review CFCA’s Certified Communications Security Professional (CCSP) program.   In this members-only presentation, the benefits of designation will be discussed.  Attendees will learn about program prerequisites, steps to apply, and what to expect in terms of submissions and /or presentations.   Attendees may even discover they already meet prerequisite criteria and can begin the application process immediately!
Facilitator: Mary Hochheimer, CCSP, Inteliquent & Chris Walters, CCSP, Charter Communications

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Spring into 202ONE: The New Cybercrime Landscape: global risks, regional trends and industry opportunities.

Spring into 202ONE: The New Cybercrime Landscape: global risks, regional trends and industry opportunities.

The presentation will go through the findings of the latest LexisNexis Risk Solutions Cybercrime Report covering the second half of 2020.
Details on the latest statistics, fraud attack methodologies, industries, and regional trends will be covered. The insights will be given into details of global trends, regional differences, issues within specific market verticals and the growth of networked fraud, and specific case examples.
Facilitator: Jason Lane-Sellers, Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions

Spring into 202ONE: Understanding and Detecting International Revenue Share Fraud

Spring into 202ONE: Understanding and Detecting International Revenue Share Fraud

Exploring the IRSF ecosystem from multiple angles, via: A telephony honeypot, a dataset of more than 3 Million test IPRNs and 200k+ test call logs over 4 years, and real-world call data set from a small European operator. Leveraging our observations we propose several Machine Learning features that can be used in IRSF detection and validate our approach on the dataset achieving 98% accuracy with a 0.28% false-positive rate.
Facilitator: Aurélien Francillon, Professor at EURECOM

Spring into 202ONE: Putting Advanced Analytics at the Heart of the Fight Against Subscription Fraud

Spring into 202ONE: Putting Advanced Analytics at the Heart of the Fight Against Subscription Fraud

Insights and conversation on the following: A quick overview on subscription fraud and its impact, How synthetic identities are used for committing multiple fraud types, It is time to embrace AI/ML for combating subscription fraud. Dynamic digital identity validation can help in enforcing multi-channel authentication and verification.
Amit Jain, Product Director for Fraud and Risk at Mobileum

Spring into 202ONE: Spring into 202ONE: 2021: New Expectations for Voice Providers on Robocalls; Dramatic Changes to TCPA Landscape

Spring into 202ONE: Spring into 202ONE: 2021: New Expectations for Voice Providers on Robocalls; Dramatic Changes to TCPA Landscape

FCC has issued multiple new orders and rules covering a broad range of issues, including call authentication, traceback, call blocking, and limitations on prior landline call exemptions, among others. This includes a mandate to implement STIR/SHAKEN across IP networks and requirements for all providers to take certain robocall abatement steps.
Facilitator: David Kaminski, Partner, Carlson & Messer LLP and Kevin Rupy, Partner, Wiley Rein LLP

Spring into 202ONE: Telco Fraud in 2021: Identify the Human to Prevent More Fraud, More Efficiently.

Spring into 202ONE: Telco Fraud in 2021: Identify the Human to Prevent More Fraud, More Efficiently.

How can new, cutting-edge technologies like linguistic biometrics help us detect fraud that would have otherwise gone unnoticed? And as we move to permanent work-from-home scenarios for contact center agents, what steps can we take to protect end consumers and carrier brands while also increasing agent efficiency and productivity?
Facilitator: Simon Marchand, Chief Fraud Prevention Officer, Nuance

Spring into 202ONE: Traceback 2021: The Next Frontier

Spring into 202ONE: Traceback 2021: The Next Frontier

USTelecom | The Broadband Association established the Industry Traceback Group (ITG) in 2015, the ITG has played a central and ever-growing role in the battle against illegal robocalls. This webinar will provide a background on traceback and ITG’s efforts to date, walk through what it means to “cooperate” with the ITG for purposes of the FCC’s new legal requirements, and highlight some of the ITG’s recent initiatives to scale traceback’s impact in stopping illegal robocalls. 
Facilitators: Josh Bercu and Jessica Thompson, USTelecom

KNOW SESSION- Transformation as a Service

KNOW SESSION- Transformation as a Service

With the advent of internet and mobile apps, customers now can not only buy services/goods in a retail stores, instead they can order these online from the comfort of their homes. With these multiple channels of customer data, all following their own different schemas, a centralized fraud system now faces a unique challenge of conforming this data to a standard schema and also relaying this data across different services.
Facilitators: Paul Ireifej and Omar Mirza, AT&T

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