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Collaboration in the Fight Against Fraud:
Regulatory & Tech Developments

JULY 28, 2022

The pandemic-era rise in financial crime is pushing banks and regulators to consider new approaches to fighting fraud – including threat intel sharing across the industry. Join us for a deep dive on the latest regulatory expectations and tech developments for secure collaboration.

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On-Demand Webinar

Watch now to learn about: 

  • The root causes behind the pandemic-era surge in fraud
  • Initiatives from the OCC, NCUA and other regulators to counter the rise of digital fraud
  • The Federal Reserve’s push for interbank collaboration
  • Anti-fraud strategies recognized in the FDIC / FinCEN digital identity tech sprint
  • The role of Confidential Computing in protecting sensitive data
  • The game-changing potential of collaboration in the fight against fraud


From the winning team behind the FDIC / FinCEN tech sprint on digital identity verification:

Lisa Zeimetz, CRCM, CERP

Lisa Zeimetz, CRCM, CERP

SVP Risk & Compliance, First National Bank & Trust

Lisa is a regulatory compliance leader and information security officer with a depth of financial services experience and additional expertise in financial reporting controls. A thorough understanding of evolving compliance laws and regulations is critical to her role overseeing banking risk at First National Bank and Trust, as well as her regular discussions with OCC examiners.

Greg Woolf

Greg Woolf

Founder & CEO, FiVerity

A serial entrepreneur and South Africa native, Greg has more than 20 years of experience running fintech companies. He regularly consults with government agencies on the rise of fraud and founded the Digital Fraud Think Tank, which advised Congress on the use of AI for financial crime detection. Greg contributes articles and case studies to the Federal Reserve’s Synthetic Identity Fraud (SIF) Mitigation Toolkit, and served on the Boston Fed’s work group to define an industry standard for SIF.

Ryan Rodrigue, CISA, CISSP

Ryan Rodrigue, CISA, CISSP

Principal, Wolf & Company

Ryan is a Principal in Wolf’s Advisory Group and the Director of the Firm’s Information Technology Audit Team. He provides guidance on IT controls, information security and privacy, cybersecurity, and the implementation of effective risk management programs. He also ensures the quality delivery of innovative IT audit and consulting services.