Fraud Focus II
As UK brands expand into ever-more new markets, some serious thought needs to be given to the evolving risks of trading in each new territory.
Fraud patterns differ in each market, and UK companies as they trade overseas need to understand these differences to minimise the risks of rejecting good orders - with the associated erosion of customer trust - as well as the related risks of accepting orders that are fraudulent.
International growth brings a new dimension to the payments landscape and with the likelihood of new channels and payment methods to consider too, the setting of the appropriate fraud rules and strategies is even more crucial.
Our second roundtable for Fraud and Payment professionals debated the specific challenges being faced as businesses grow internationally. The debate, as always, was held in a secure Chatham House environment where issues can be shared and solutions found together.
Those in attendance were:
- Heads of eCommerce, Online, Digital and International
- CFO's, CTO's, CDO's
- Heads of Fraud, Payments and Risk
- CEO's, Founders, Owners
- International, Operations and Strategy leaders
CyberSource is a payment management company and provides a complete portfolio of services that simplify and automate payment operations. Customers use our CyberSource and Authorize.Net brand solutions to process online payments, streamline fraud management, and simplify payment security. Born during dawn of the eCommerce in 1994, CyberSource was one of the pioneers in online payment and fraud management services for medium and large-sized merchants. In 2007, we acquired the leading U.S. small business payment services provider, Authorize.Net, thus expanding our market footprint to cover businesses ranging from the smallest sole proprietorships to the largest global brands. In 2010 CyberSource was acquired by, and operates as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Visa Inc. Today, over 400,000 businesses worldwide use CyberSource solutions. The company is headquartered in Foster City, California, with offices throughout Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa, and the United States.
Q: Is there a fee for attending the Commerce Futures event?
A: Attending the event is free of charge. However, because we take great care in how we curate the audience, the event is invitation only and you must register in advance to attend. If you have not received an invitation but would like to attend, please register via the website and your place will be confirmed subject to approval.
Q: Can I bring a colleague?
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Q: Who else will be there?
A: Senior professionals in eCommerce, entrepreneurial brand owners, and marketing leaders including directors of finance, fraud/payments, eCommerce, international, transformation, technology, digital, IT, strategy and online.
Q: What is the address of the venue?
A: W London, 10 Wardour Street, Leicester Square, London, W1D 6QF
Q: Is there a dress code for this event?
A: There is no formal dress code. Please come dressed in comfortable attire e.g. business casual.
Q: Who is Commerce Futures?
A: Commerce Futures is an independent online community for retail leaders and Commerce professionals. We provide a round up of the latest news and information relating to the key challenges in Commerce today, as well as insights into future trends and technologies that are shaping the online retail landscape. And because we believe it's important to learn from our peers, the regular Commerce Futures event series brings in expert speakers from leading brands to share case studies and industry know-how.
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