The number of annual fraud events is growing, and About-Fraud.com has selected those most likely to be relevant for you as a fraud professional. Please click on the link below to export the calendar listings.

If we are missing any important events, please let us know at info@about-fraud.com. Event organizers please feel free to contact us at the above email with any media partnership requests as well.

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Selective events where About-Fraud.com can provide you a discount:

KNOW 2019 Vegas by One World Identity (‘OWI’)
When: March 24-27  2019
Where: Las Vegas, United States
Discount: 10% discount – please use the following
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Loyalty Fraud Prevention Association (LFPA) – Spring Conference 2019
When: May 8-9 2019
Where: Brighton, United Kingdom
Discount: 25% discount with code: AF25OFF
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CNP Expo 2019
When: May 21-24 2019
Where: San Fransisco, United States
Discount: 10% discount – please use the following
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More events:

March

What: MRC Vegas

When: March 18-21

Where:  Las Vegas, U.S.

Why: Over 1,500 attendees from more over 450 companies located in 30 countries are expected at the Merchant Risk Council’s annual conference for e-commerce fraud and payment professionals. MRC Vegas is the largest global event focused on fraud prevention, payment processing, technology, cybersecurity and financial services for e-commerce professionals.

 

What: Fraud Summit: New York

When: March 19

Where: New York City, U.S.

Why: ISMG’s annual Fraud Summit will address topics ranging from authentication, new account fraud, biometrics, payments fraud, investigations, phishing and email fraud, employee access, blockchain applications, insider fraud, analytics applications and much more.

 

What: 13th Annual – DT Fraud Conference 2019 – Banking and Payments

When: March 19-20

Where: London, U.K.

Why: Come to hear about the big challenges facing you : cybersecurity, cloud, Internet of things, secure customer authentication, electronic identity, blockchain and data security. Expert speakers over two packed days include Keith Groves – Mastercard, Jon Williams – Mk2Consulting, Brian Kinch – VISA, Paul Emerton – Torricel, Jackie Morley – Accenture, Charles Brookson – ETSI CYBER, Andrew Churchill – Technology Strategy and Paul Rodgers – Vendorcom, who will all contribute strategic insights, case studies, commercial experience and technical updates.

 

What: KNOW 2019

When: March 24-27

Where: Las Vegas, U.S.

Why: KNOW 2019 Vegas will feature over 400 companies and an expected 1,500 attendees. Attend the one event that brings the international identity community to the same place at the same time.

 

What: Fraud and Financial Crime USA

When: March 27-28

Where: New York City, U.S.

Why: Gain valuable insights and learn recent insights from leading industry experts from panel discussions, presentations, Q&A opportunities, case studies and more.

 

What: 2019 ACFE Fraud Conference Europe

When: March 27-29

Where: Zurich, Switzerland

Why: In addition to notable keynote speakers, the main conference features two tracks covering current fraud issues, case studies and practical solutions. These sessions offer proven best practices and practical tips you can immediately incorporate into your anti-fraud program.

 

April

What: Fraud & Financial Crime Conference

When: April 2-3

Where: London, U.K.

Why: Gain valuable insights and learn recent insights from leading industry experts from panel discussions, presentations, Q&A opportunities, case studies and more.

 

What: Akolade’s APAC Fraud Summit 2019

When: April 9-11

Where: Sydney, Australia

Why: Akolade’s APAC Fraud Summit 2019 provides leading case studies exploring strategies to detect and prevent fraudulent activities, implement cross border collaboration and increased cyber capability through data and analytics. This summit brings together key leading experts to deliver cutting-edge case studies, insights and tools to equip and safeguard organisations against fraud attacks.

 

What: Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit: Dallas

When: April 16

Where: Dallas, U.S.

Why: ISMG’s annual Fraud Summit will address topics ranging from authentication, new account fraud, biometrics, payments fraud, investigations, phishing and email fraud, employee access, blockchain applications, insider fraud, analytics applications and much more.

 

May

What: MasterCard Global Risk Leadership Conference – Americas

When: May 6-9

Where: Hilton Head, U.S.

Why: The MasterCard Global Risk Leadership Conference offers a thought-provoking and informative forum to learn about the latest tools and techniques for minimizing fraud risk and maximizing profitability.

 

What: Loyalty Fraud Prevention Association (LFPA) Spring Conference

When: May 8-9

Where: London, U.K.

Why: This event of the Loyalty Fraud Prevention Association (LFPA) is focused on digital strategies to get ahead of the threats in terms of Loyalty Fraud. Understanding the Fraudster’s Customer Journey will help you work better with the other departments like IT and Call Centres to stop fraud. In turn this engages your customers to help them help themselves against fraud. Attendees will also be able to meet and network with industry peers and best practice service providers to hear first-hand how to further protect loyalty programs from fraud.

 

What: MRC European Spring Conference

When: May 13-15

Where: London, U.K.

Why: MRC London 2019 connects hundreds of online merchants, vendors, card brands, issuers, and eCommerce visionaries to discuss best practices, strategies, challenges, growth opportunities, and more, spanning fraud and payments.

 

What: CNP Expo 2019

When: May 21-23

Where: San Francisco, U.S.

Why: CNP Expo is a leading event for the card not present industry, taking place at the Marriott Marquis in the heart of San Francisco, California. Taking place, May 21-23, 2019 (Education: May 21-23 | Expo Hall: May 22-23) our goal is to provide you with the information and insight that will take the mystery out of handling fraud, payments, and security within your business. At CNP Expo, you will experience a mixture of panels, merchant case studies, and industry expert keynotes providing you and your team with different perspectives and knowledge around each of the core card not present topics.

 

June 

What: ACFE Global Fraud Conference

When: June 23-28

Where: Austin, U.S.

Why: The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) is the world’s largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. Together with more than 80,000 members, the ACFE is reducing business fraud worldwide and inspiring public confidence in the integrity and objectivity within the profession. This is their global annual event.

 

What: FraudCon 3.0

When: June 27

Where: Tel Aviv, Israel

Why: FraudCON is back in full force with powerful keynotes and thought-provoking discussions.
This year’s main theme will be Legends of Fraud Fighting. We will keep that shrouded in mystery for now, some of the key topics we will be including this year: News from the Kingdom, a deep dive expert panel on the latest in UK banking fraud; the latest trends in e-Commerce and Gaming; the latest endeavors of a cyber detective; and a live-action game involving crypto-currencies!

 

July

What: MasterCard Global Risk Leadership Conference – Asia Pacific

When: July 29 – August 1

Where: Bangkok, Thailand

Why: The MasterCard Global Risk Leadership Conference offers a thought-provoking and informative forum to learn about the latest tools and techniques for minimizing fraud risk and maximizing profitability.

 

August

What: IAFCI Annual Conference

When: August 26-30

Where: Raleigh, U.S.

Why: At this five day, educational training conference, you will learn from the best on preventative methods, investigative tools, techniques, current & new trends and understanding schemes and detection in today’s financial industry of fraud. The International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators (IAFCI) conference is formatted as a self-directed learning environment offering over 30 training sessions, track sessions, general sessions and breakouts. You will have the opportunity to network with financial experts and leaders from all over the world and participate in networking events.

 

September

What: Digital Identity Summit 2019

When: September 9-11

Where: Los Angeles, U.S.

Why: Digital Identity Summit is a forum where business leaders, LOB executives and mid-level managers collaborate and network with digital identity experts. Professionals from a broad range of disciplines typically attend, including risk management, compliance, security, fraud prevention, authentication, customer experience, customer loyalty, business mobility and digital transformation.

 

What: IATA Global Fraud Prevention Event

When: September 23-24

Where: Miami, U.S.

Why: The IATA Global Fraud Prevention Event aims to bring together global airlines, travel agents and OTAs, card schemes, IATA Strategic Partners and service providers, police authorities and law enforcement agencies from all regions of the world. The two-day event will combine keynote sessions with open forums, presentations and debates enabling participants to engage, network and discuss about the latest global fraud payment trends and industry payment projects that will impact the way fraud prevention is done today.

 

What: MasterCard Global Risk Leadership Conference – Europe

When: September  30 – October 3

Where: Dubrovnik, Croatia

Why: The Mastercard Global Risk Leadership Conference Series offers a thought-provoking and informative forum to learn about the latest tools and techniques for minimizing fraud risk and maximizing profitability. Join us for the opportunity to connect, collaborate and share best practices with future partners and industry peers.

 

October

 No conference is listed at present.

 

 November

 No conference is listed at present.

 

December

What: Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit:  Washington, D.C.

When: December 3

Where: Washington, D.C., U.S.

Why: ISMG’s annual Fraud Summit will address topics ranging from authentication, new account fraud, biometrics, payments fraud, investigations, phishing and email fraud, employee access, blockchain applications, insider fraud, analytics applications and much more.