Monday, February 24, 2020
RSA Conference 2020 eFraud Global Forum
Every year at eFraud Global Forum online fraud prevention leaders come together to share valuable knowledge and best practices and to learn from each other. Registration details for this closed-door, invitation only event will be provided in your invitation.
When: Monday, February 24, 2020 - 7:15am Networking Breakfast - 5:45pm, followed by Cocktail Reception
Where: San Francisco, CA
Who: Fraud prevention leaders across the US and the world
Agenda: Here are the 2019 Topics; 2020 Topics will be published when available
We are accepting nominations from senior level (Director, VP or higher) anti-fraud leaders interested in attending future eFraud Global Forum meetings. Submit your full name, title, company name, office number and email to firstname.lastname@example.org. As a closed-door event, no media or vendor nominations will be accepted.
Our Mission Statement
The mission of RSA Conference eFraud Global Forum is to bring together a cross-industry group of global fraud prevention professionals for a one-day, closed-door discussion dedicated to sharing information about reducing online fraud. Through case studies and facilitated discussions, senior level decision-makers can make an impact on diminishing fraud not just within their own organization but outside their organization as well. Our goal is to foster the types of discussions that get at the heart of why online fraud continues to persist—and how to begin to put an end to it all—while maintaining the intimacy of a closed-door meeting. Our commitment to eFraud Global Forum members is to:
- Facilitate a dedicated discussion about online fraud that encourages learning through sharing information about how online fraud occurs and how to prevent it using best practice examples from leading organizations.
- Create an environment where attendees can candidly share information with peers in a confidential setting.
- Bring together strategically-minded decision makers interested in not only solving problems within their own organization or industry, but to think “outside the box” and solve global problems affecting many industries.
- Drive agenda, topics and speakers through a global Program Committee that understand the concerns and problems eFraud Global Forum attendees face everyday.