2022 Fraud Trends and 2023 Predictions

Join Alloy, LexisNexis® Risk Solutions, Prove, and Ekata to hear our take on where fraud has been and where it’s going

Recorded Thursday, October 13th 2022 at 2:00 PM ET

Fraudsters are increasingly technologically-savvy, well-funded, agile, and more sophisticated than they've ever been before. In our digital world, it’s imperative that FIs have the technology and resources available to not only react when fraud occurs, but stay ready for what could come next. To help prepare for the year ahead, we’re bringing together a panel of fraud and identity experts to weigh in on what you can learn from the fraud trends of 2022.

Our webinar will bring together a panel of fraud and identity experts from Alloy, LexisNexis® Risk Solutions, Prove, and Ekata to discuss:

  • The potential uptick in fraud during economic uncertainty

  • Fraud trends that FIs of all sizes have experienced so far this year

  • Predictions on what to expect in 2023, along with the tools and processes that can help you be better prepared for the future

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Kimberly Sutherland
Vice President, Fraud and Identity Strategy, LexisNexis® Risk Solutions

Kimberly Sutherland is Vice President of Fraud and Identity Strategy at LexisNexis Risk Solutions and leads the U.S. and Canadian commercial market for consumer fraud analytics, digital identity, identity verification and authentication, and fraud
investigations. Sutherland joined LexisNexis Risk Solutions in 2006 and has more than 20 years of experience leading business strategy, product management and professional services. A graduate of Vanderbilt University and Otterbein University, she is a Women in Identity board member and participates in the
Better Identity Coalition and the Open Identity Exchange (OIX).


Mary Ann Miller
Vice President, Client Experience, Prove

Mary Ann Miller is the Fraud & Cybercrime Executive Advisor and VP of Client Experience at Prove. Mary Ann is a well-respected expert in the fraud and identity space who has been quoted by BBC News, NPR, American Banker, USA Today, and others. Mary Ann was most recently Head of Fraud Strategy at Varo Bank, where she led the fraud strategy process for transitioning the fintech to a nationally chartered challenger bank. Prior to that, Mary Ann's held directorships and executive roles at well-known organizations such as USAA, PayPal, Lloyd's Banking Group, and other technology firms. She also served on the US Federal Reserve Secure Payments Task Force.


Andrew A. Altsman
Director, Enterprise Strategy, Ekata, a MasterCard Company

Andrew is a veteran banker who migrated into financial technologies to help organizations better serve and protect end users within the Financial Services space. As the Director of Enterprise Strategy for Identity Services at Ekata, a MasterCard Company, Andrew is energized by helping organizations create more effective, efficient, secure, and user-friendly offerings focused on the ever-expanding global digital interactions, identity management, risk management, and emerging technologies.


Tommy Nicholas
CEO & Co-founder, Alloy

Tommy is the CEO and co-founder of Alloy, which has built the best compliance software for banks and fintech companies. Tommy, who spoke at the 2020 Davos Conference, is a serial FinTech entrepreneur, and has previously worked as product lead and software engineer on everything from AR experiences for large museums to award winning consumer websites.