GSMA Financial Services Community Meeting #1

GSMA Financial Services Community Meeting #1

Start: Thursday 22 October 2020 13:00

End: Thursday 22 October 2020 15:00

Venue: Online

Register 

Join us on Thursday22 October 2020 from 13:00 (BST) for the first GSMA Financial Services Community Meeting #1, in cooperation with Europol,  designed to address key fraud and security challenges

In this meeting  we will explore:

  • Latest threat intelligence and sim swap case studies from Europol
  • Insights from case studies on deployments of the SIM Swap API as part of a layered defence to account takeover threats
  • Enhancing collaboration on issues impacting the global Financial Services vertical and ways to accelerate solutions as a community

Networking is a significant part of this event, we encourage participants to share, explore if and how these solutions work. If you would like to get involved or connect to the right people, please let us know.

Agenda
10 mins

GSMA Financial Services Community Introduction
Brian Gorman, Financial Services Vertical Lead, GSMA

20 mins

Key trends in fraud and security threats
Jorge Rosal Cosano, Europol

20 mins

SIM swap – case studies of fraud groups/ prosecutions in the public domain
Jorge Rosal Cosano, Europol

15 mins

Update from GSMA Fraud and Security Group on best practices
James Moran, Head of Security, GSMA

15 mins

Case study from Telefonica and best practice
Glyn Povah Group Head of Product, Mobile Identity, LUCA, Telefónica

15 mins

Case study from NatWest
Chris Parker, eCrime & Digital Security Lead, NatWest

10 mins

Framing the challenge of SMS OTP
Jon France, CISSP, Head of Industry Security, GSMA

5 mins

Actions and closing statement
Brian Gorman, Financial Services Vertical Lead, GSMA

Speakers

Brian Gorman

Financial Services Vertical Lead, GSMA

Brian Gorman

Brian is responsible for the commercial proposition development of identity solutions at GSMA. His career includes product and proposition development in both the Financial Services vertical at UK retail banks  Barclays, Lloyds and RBS, as well as Telecomms, heading up the Digital Product team, Commerce, at Telefonica UK.

Jon France

CISSP, Head of Industry Security, GSMA

Jon France

Jon France is the Head of Industry Security at the GSMA, where he leads the Fraud and Security function. A technology and security expert in world heading rapidly towards 5G, where reliance on digital tech has risen exponentially, Jon’s focus is on ensuring network resiliency and integrity in support of mobile operators, consumers and other stakeholders throughout the mobile industry.

Jon has 20+ years’ experience in Enterprise IT & Security within media and telecoms. Jon has also delivered cloud enablement strategies; built online product portfolios; lead development teams; run global IT portfolios and headed up incident/ crisis management teams.

Glyn Povah

Group Head of Product, Mobile Identity, LUCA, Telefónica

Glyn Povah

Glyn is Global Product Director at Luca,Telefonica’s division specifically focused on creating propositions from insights. Working with the UK banks he helped create the initial sim swap product which is now part of Telefonica’s core offering across its global markets.

James Moran

Head of Security, GSMA

James Moran

James Moran is Head of Security at GSMA where he supports and directs the security work of its Fraud and Security Group.

James studied law and started his professional career in the financial services sector where he participated in a range of international fora and initiatives. James has worked in fraud and security management positions in the mobile telecommunications industry since 1996.

James has collaborated with law enforcement agencies, governments, regulators, network operators and suppliers on a wide range of initiatives to protect mobile networks and their users. He has been centrally involved in developing responses to a wide range of challenges including device theft, interconnect security, security certification and vulnerability disclosure. His contributions have been acknowledged by governments and law enforcement agencies around the world.

 

Chris Parker

eCrime & Digital Security Lead, NatWest Group

Chris Parker

NatWest has 20m customers in UK and Northern Ireland. Chris is responsible for the delivery of successful fraud prevention strategies and tools, across mobile and web for business, corporate and personal customers.