Speaker: Mike Timoney, Vice President of Secure Payments for Payments Improvement at the Federal Reserve Financial System, has responsibility for understanding the payments & fraud landscape & identifying areas where security must be improved. Mike is responsible for designing, developing, & implementing key elements of the Fed’s strategy for payment security including improving fraud data, researching fraud trends, & evaluating emerging fraud technologies. He also contributes to opportunities for collaboration with the payments industry. Mike has had multiple roles during his career including treasury fraud, global card & comprehensive payables, corporate treasury, & electronic payments. Mike holds degrees from The University of North Carolina Charlotte and is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and Certified Treasury Professional (CTP).
Learning Objectives - After attending this session, participants will be able to:
Explain synthetic identity fraud
Describe how fraudsters utilize synthetic identities to commit fraud
Use the synthetic identity fraud mitigation toolkit developed by the Federal Reserve to understand and address this type of fraud
Recommended CPE credit & Field of Study: 1 total CPE hour & field of Specialized Knowledge
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Non-profit Status: The Austin Area Chapter of The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners is a non-profit organization formed in the State of Texas and registered as a 501 (C) (6) organization with the IRS.