Meeting Archive:
Preventing Fraud in the Communications Industry by Using Less to do More

Meeting Description:

Customer Experience and Security are top of mind issues with Communications companies today – especially as the mobile channel continues to center-stage with any interactions with customers, especially Millennials.  Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is a critical part of any identity and fraud management process but Communications companies are starting to re-think how and when they collect PII and the impact on their processes if less PII is used.  

Join us for an informative session on how to structure your fraud analytic process so that you can actually accept less PII while minimizing the overall impact this may have on your fraud mitigation efforts.

Date: Wed, Aug 16, 2017
Time: 02:00 PM EDT
Duration: 45 minutes
Host(s): Christopher Pinion and Nicole Dobmeier
 Presenter Information
Christopher Pinion
Speaker Photo

Chris has been with LexisNexis Risk Solutions for 15 years and is currently the Manager, Fraud Solutions Consultants. He leads a team of Fraud Solutions Consultants who are subject matter experts within the identity theft, fraud, and risk management markets. His many qualifications include accreditations as an ACFE Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) as well as a Certified Identity Protection Advisor (CIPA) and Certified Identity Access Manager (CIAM) with the Identity Management Institute. Chris holds a M.B.A. from Roosevelt University and a B.S. in Communications from Illinois State University.




Nicole Dobmeier
Speaker Photo

Nicole has been with LexisNexis Risk Solutions for five years and is currently a Senior Statistical Modeler. She leads global analytics research and development focused on fraud, verification and compliance solutions. Her team investigates synthetic and compromised identity fraud and the patterns exhibited within data to develop innovative data-driven solutions. Nicole holds a B.S. in Statistics with minors in Mathematics and Economics from University of Minnesota, Morris and a M.S. in Statistics from The Ohio State University.