Fraud in Focus: Predictions and trends for 2024

Join industry experts Sara Seguin, Dr. David Maimon, and Frank McKenna for a conversation on the latest fraud landscape and strategies on preparing for the year ahead.

Live on February 22, 2024 at 2PM EST / 11AM PST

Alloy’s annual State of Fraud Benchmark Report gathered insights from over 450 compliance, fraud, and risk decision-makers in financial services in the United States and United Kingdom. The report provides valuable findings, enabling organizations to benchmark their efforts and perspectives against those of their peers in the ever-changing fraud landscape.

Join us for a deep dive into the landscape of fraud attacks and prevention strategies that dominated 2023, setting the stage for what lies ahead in 2024:

  • Fraud landscape analysis: Learn about the nuanced trends in fraud attacks and understand the factors that resulted in a slower rate of increase in attacks from 2022 to 2023.

  • Countermeasures that work: Explore the issues organizations face in handling rising fraud threats, with a spotlight on real-time monitoring, onboarding challenges, and authentication methods.

  • Cost of fraud: Gain insights into the financial ramifications of fraud, including direct losses, recovery challenges, and substantial investments in fraud prevention.

  • Regional fraud trends: Learn about regional concerns, such as authorized push payment fraud in the UK and bust-out fraud in the US.

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Sara Seguin
Principal Advisor, Fraud & Identity Risk, Alloy

Sara Seguin is the Principal Advisor on Fraud and Identity Risk at Alloy, the leading identity decisioning platform. Sara brings 17 years of experience in the banking industry to Alloy. Prior to joining the company, Sara was the Head of Enterprise Fraud Strategy for KeyBank. Sara has deep-rooted experience within various fraud risk domains including deposits, payments, online activity, cards, risk and identity.


Dr. David Maimon
Professor, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Georgia State University; Director, Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Research Group

Dr. David Maimon is a Full Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Georgia State University (GSU) and the director of the Evidence-Based Cybersecurity research group (see ebcs.gsu.edu). Prior to joining GSU, Dr. Maimon held positions in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice in the University of Maryland, and the Department of Sociology in the University of Miami. He has raised more than $6 million to conduct Evidence-Based Cybersecurity research. Since joining GSU, Dr. Maimon has established the Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Research Group, where he and his colleagues seek to produce and review multi- and interdisciplinary empirical evidence about the effectiveness of cybersecurity tools and policies.

Frank McKenna
Chief Fraud Strategist, Point Predictive

An advocate for fraud managers, fraud data scientists, and fraud fighters worldwide. He has dedicated his entire career to fighting fraud just like they do each and every day. In that time, he has worked with over 250 banks, lenders, and finance companies, helping them solve fraud issues that impact their customers. He is also the author of the blog FrankonFraud, where he analyzes fraud trends as they happen globally and reports on their impact on the industry.