September 2018 Meeting

  • 12 Sep 2018
  • 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Johns Hopkins Health System - Keswick Campus 3910 Keswick Road, Baltimore, MD 21211


  • Included in Membership

Leveraging Technology to Prevent Fraud & Cybercrime
Mark Stapleton
PreSales Executive
Houston, TX

   Every day we hear more stories about fraud, hacking, and misappropriation of corporate funds. As the guardian of financial assets, Treasury has a significant responsibility to protect financial data and corporate funds from unauthorized access and use. In this presentation, we will explore the different ways that treasury technology can enable treasury teams to protect against fraud and cybercrime, including:
▪ New password protection techniques to avoid spear phishing
▪ The role of your cloud provider to protect your data and payments
▪ Strengthening payment controls
▪ The importance of real-time payment screening
▪ The role of external audit reports such as SSAE 16 and SOC2
4:00-4:50  The Big Business of Big Data in Liquidity Management
Mark O'Toole
Head of Sales & Marketing Americas
New York, NY
   As ‘Fintech innovation’ rapidly gains acceptance within treasury and finance departments, we discuss how companies can benefit from big data, automation & machine learning. By gaining better insights into their cash, forecasting and working capital, this enables actionable decisions, cost reduction while also becoming a strategic linchpin to the organization. How can the right technology enable real-time liquidity risk management, what value does it bring and what can we expect for the future of liquidity management?
5:00-6:00  Networking Reception

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