The Merchant Risk Council’s 7th Annual e-Commerce Payments and Risk Conference will be held at the Wynn Las Vegas Resort on March 10-12, 2009. Terry Jones, founder of Travelocity.com has been chosen to deliver the opening keynote speech and Chris Hansen, Dateline NBC correspondent, will be delivering the conference’s closing speech.
Tom Ridge, former US Congressman, Governor of Pennsylvania and the nation’s first Secretary of Homeland Security will be a special keynote speaker at the conference, addressing growing cyber security issues that affect both US security and the US and global economies.
The conference, sponsored by Chase Paymentech, will include approximately 40 speakers and panelists, more than 30 unique sessions, and more than 40 payment and risk industry exhibitors – all delivering valuable insight and information on the growth, diversity and risks associated with e-Commerce payments; new global electronic commerce business models; the latest trends in global payment channels; as well as identifying current and future global cyber threats. Individual session topics include:
Fraud Management - A Community-based Approach
Criminal Diversification - A Look at the Emerging Strategies of Cybercrime
Geolocation - as a Risk Management Tool
Global Risk Management - Trends and Solutions
Internet Bank Payments - Coming of Age
Managing Risk - to Maximize Revenue
Optimizing Automation - to Increase Fraud Team Productivity
Payments - as a Business Strategy
PCI Security Standards
Understanding the Dynamics - Chinese and Asian Markets
The Value of Social Media - Becoming the Conversation Architects
A Window into Fraud - Visualizing Evolving and Emerging Patterns
The conference claims to unite the world’s top multi-channel and Internet merchants, credit card companies, risk management providers, law enforcement agencies and various consultants and educators in discussing how to make shopping on the Internet easier, safer and more profitable for all involved.
For the full conference information and registration details or exhibition requirements, visit the MRC website at www.merchantriskcouncil.org .
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