Photo: Previous Fraud Prevention Workshop organised by Ai Events
Fighting fraud is ever-evolving because the fraudsters adapt more quickly than most tools developed to stop them. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning can assist Fraud Prevention professionals stay ahead. This seminar, being held in Central London and organised by Travel FraudGuard, will look at these technologies in depth. It’s aim is to show the future of fraud prevention to fraud profilers working in the Airline and Travel Industry. Participants will see extended demonstrations of cutting edge fraud tools, as well as discuss in depth how new technologies can improve attack ratios, manual reviews and their fraud prevention strategy. Scroll down this page to see the agenda.
Complimentary registration for merchants only (airlines, car hire companies, hotels, Loyalty Program operations, OTA's, etc.) is now available. Seats are very limited in this event and registrations will only be accepted on a case-by-case basis.
Registration, Coffee & Networking
Welcome & Introductions
Presentation: What is ML, AI and Social Engineering? Why it is a help and not a danger for your job?
Coffee Break & Networking
Demo from Nethone
Lunch & Networking
Demo from Seon
Demo from Sift Science
Photo: Royal College of Physicians - opened in 1964 & considered a modernist masterpiece
The Royal College of Physicians in Regent's Park
11 St. Andrews Place
London NW1 4LE
Tel: 44 (0) 207 935 1174
Map and Directions:
Nearest Tube Stations:
Great Portland Street or Regent's Park
The Melia White House is connected to the conference venue. The Holiday Inn Regents Park is a couple of minutes walk away.
Wednesday 7th of November 2018
Not local or looking to stay in Central London?:
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Jan-Jaap Kramer is the Founder of Travel FraudGuard. In his previous role as Manager Cashier Department/Credit Cards for Dutch airline Martinair, a subsidiary of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, from 1999 to 2011, he was responsible for the security of the company's e-commerce and call center passenger bookings.
He decided to establish his own consultancy company in 2011 in order to use his experience and knowledge to help other travel companies. In 2012 he founded Travel FraudGuard as a means to make more knowledge, technical capabilities and people resources available to airlines and online travel agencies globally.
Kata Pénzes, formerly Fraud Prevention Manager at Malév Hungarian Airlines (2000-2012) is the General Manager of Travel FraudGuard. Her remit is to develop the systems and methods used by Travel FraudGuard as well as to recruit and train the staff.
Kata's team is based in Budapest, Hungary and consists of well-trained and experienced fraud prevention managers and analysts. They pool their knowledge, resources and contacts on a daily basis on behalf of their clients.
Just as fraudsters change their methods frequently, so the Travel FraudGuard team change their anti-measures just as frequently to keep ahead. It's by being eternally vigilant in this way that they keep clients' fraud losses to a minimum. Experience and intelligence are the keys to success in credit card fraud prevention operations.
Travel FraudGuard believes that standardized solutions may not deliver the most effective fraud prevention. That’s why they handle all their clients individually. They listen to their needs, understand their current procedures and then suggest tailor-made solutions for their actual problems.