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About the Conference

The ACFCS 2017 Conference is built for this new reality of financial crime detection and prevention. Professional development is “not a nice to have” but rather a “must do” in order to stay ahead of the curve. It’s a gathering place for the subject matter experts, thought leaders and seasoned professionals in all fields fighting financial crime – compliance, law enforcement, regulatory and civil society.

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staying on top of regulatory changes is paramount to doing your job.

Join us for critical insights from leading edge speakers Thomas Ott and Jim Vivenzio

CYBER CRIME #1 ISSUE FOR FINANCIAL CRIME PROFESSIONALS TODAY

Join noted international expert Roy Zur, along with an expert panel, as they tackle the #1 issue facing financial crime professionals today. Adv. Roy Zur is a cyber and intelligence expert, and the CEO of Cybint, an Israeli cyber company. Roy has over 10 years of experience in cyber and intelligence operations from the Israeli security forces (Retired Major), and since 2014, has developed cyber training programs and technology for financial institues, law firms and government authorities. Prior to his current position, Roy received his LLM and MBA from Tel-Avivi University and has served as a legal adviser in the Israeli Supreme court.

 

 

Featured speaker Robin Grossett brings the fascinating world of artificial intelligence to ACFCS 2017

Robin currently works at MindBridge where he leads the development of a next generation AI Auditor which helps professionals detect and prevent financial anomalies including fraud. Robin has a track record as an entrepreneur having founded successful software start-ups. He joined Cognos and subsequently IBM through acquisitions. In 2012 he was appointed IBM Distinguished Engineer. At IBM, he was a part of the Watson Group where he served as technical lead and chief architect of IBM Watson Analytics.