Webinars

LendIt Fintech’s webinars provide timely and relevant insights on the topics impacting banking and lending today. They serve two important purposes, helping our community stay informed and helping our sponsors build brand awareness and generate business leads.

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On-Demand | Identity as a Business Enabler

April 26th 2022, 12:00 pm

Current methods of customer authentication are simply too complex. Consumers abandon websites due to frustrating identity friction which leads to a loss in revenue. Passwordless authentication is a growing requirement to remain competitive in all industries. Learn about the available methods and the latest tools to eliminate passwords for all your customer-facing applications. End identity attrition and as a result increase your customer loyalty, conversion rates and profits. Enterprises that resist the change will struggle to catch up to the forward thinking organizations that have already embraced passwordless authentication early on in the game. Learn first-hand about the main challenges in the journey, how to overcome them and the best solutions to help you achieve passwordless customer authentication.

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On-Demand | Overcome External Data Deployment Challenges to Launch and Scale Innovative Financial Products

March 30th 2022, 6:00 pm

Join us to discuss the reasons this solution stands out among the alternatives. In this webinar, we will dive deep into understanding the credit excluded consumer and outline the potential of this market segment. In addition, we will explore the strengths and weaknesses of the current solutions available today and outlineThe financial services market is undergoing an intense period of production innovation with both fintechs and incumbents launching new financial products (e.g., “buy now, pay later”, cash advance, virtual cards, etc.). Each of these products depends on accurate, timely, and trustworthy external data for use cases including marketing, customer onboarding, underwriting, credit, fraud detection, and portfolio monitoring, among others.

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On-Demand | Man vs Machine: Fraudologists’ Guide to Defeating Attacks

March 22nd 2022, 6:00 pm

Long gone are the days of the solo fraudster working from a laptop, handpicking victims. Nowadays, fraud is controlled by organized criminals with vast resources who invest heavily in the technology they use for their attacks. Why would hackers manually test out stolen credit cards one by one when they can set up a program to test thousands of them in minutes? Fraud teams need to understand their enemies and combine technology and a strong management strategy to defeat todays threats. In this webinar, we will analyze the latest tactics and technology used to combat different types of attacks, including emulators, credential stuffing, cloud phones, app cloners, proxies, hooks, jailbreaks, and more.

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On-Demand | Engineering Data Security for Innovation & Hyper-Growth at Fintechs

March 10th 2022, 6:00 pm

Consumers trust fintechs with their most sensitive data including personally identifiable information (PII) such as name, date of birth, social security or national ID number, and their financial history including credit scores, bank or loan accounts, and payments. How can the fintech startups keep innovating and growing while controlling access to sensitive customer data to comply with the consumer privacy regulations such as GDPR and CCPA and honor customer preferences? Join the thought providing panel where we learn how hyper-growth fintech startups are designing data security solutions for controlling access to sensitive customer data without slowing down innovation and growth.

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On-Demand | Innovation in Identity Document Verification for Fintech Professionals: Expert Observations

March 1st 2022, 7:00 pm

Legacy identity document verification has relied solely on a binary check around document authentication and biometric facial matching, exposing fraud gaps and introducing cumbersome, manual processes. In contrast, next generation identity document verification employs automated, ML-powered decisioning and multi-dimensional predictive signals to create superior user experiences, deliver higher conversion rates, weed out fraudsters, and more. Join three of the industry’s preeminent experts to learn why the next generation of identity document verification will drive the next generation of best-in-class customer journeys, beginning at onboarding and throughout the user lifecycle.

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On-Demand | The Anatomy of an Account Takeover Attack

February 16th 2022, 7:00 pm

Account takeover attacks are the fuel that powers the wider financial fraud ecosystem. After compromising a financial account, attackers can steal and resell personal information, drain money from the account, make purchases, commit loan fraud, and a whole host of additional downstream attacks. It’s probably not surprising then that there have been 15 billion accounts compromised over the last year, which averages out at a staggering 475 ATO attacks per second. In this session, we will take a deep dive into the various steps of account takeover fraud. Key takeaways for the audience include an analysis of the economics that fuel attacks, the different routes to monetization, and how both sophisticated bots and humans are used in launching attacks. We will also share best practices for how to successfully identify and stop ATO attacks before they affect your business and your customers, as well as proprietary data from the Arkose Labs network.

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On-Demand | Sustainable Finance: The challenges and the Need for Clear Standards

September 14th 2021, 2:00 pm

Finance refers to any form of financial service integrating Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria into the business or investment decisions for the lasting benefit of both clients and society at large. This means that it is crucial that banks and financial institutions make a risk analysis taking into consideration not only the economic data of the activity, but also the impacts on the environment and on society. Large companies and all listed companies, including SMEs, will have to report a set of information by 2024 and 2026 respectively. But what about the remaining SMEs that are the large majority of the European companies? How can they supply the ESG information that financial system needs already by 2022?

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