DALLAS, Texas (CitizenWire) — JDP Enterprises Publishing announces release of the second book in the Surfing Payment Channels series, “Mastering the Fraud Tsunami” (ISBN: 978-0-9788698-1-6). The series is being produced by financial services executive and payments expert, James D. Pitts. The series focuses on changes in the payments system as it evolves from paper to paperless.
New technology and a growing demand for flexibility, convenience and control on a real-time basis are forcing the evolution of traditional payments system capabilities. These pressures are causing re-engineering of the highly complex and ever so crucial set of systems that support the economic health of commercial society. With these changes a tsunami wave of invasive criminal fraud attacks is emerging. These crimes exploit weak points in financial service transactions to violate privacy, gain access and steal financial assets.
Visionary organizations and individuals are working to invent new payment channel alternatives to meet changing needs. In parallel, organized criminals have been systematically creating ways to break through associated security and steal identities, account information and significant sums of money. These crimes impact many people and businesses, with potentially devastating results.
“Surfing Payment Channels, Mastering the Fraud Tsunami” provides insights from leading payment fraud prevention experts about what is being done and what the future may see relative to mitigating these fraudulent activities. Learn more about the book at: www.surfingpaymentchannels.com .
James D. Pitts, who has been a financial services technology executive for three decades, now works with the FSTC at the Financial Services Roundtable in Washington D.C. driving projects focused on utilizing better technology and process to support financial services industry improvements. Mr. Pitts organized contributive efforts from twenty-plus notable industry experts to complete this work. This collaborative effort features a significant cross section of perspectives on various crime methodologies and techniques as well as countermeasures to identify, mitigate and often prevent successful completion of the crime.
Co-writers and Sponsors Include:
Richard Oliver, Executive Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta;
William B. Nelson, President and CEO, Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC);
Larry Robinson, President, Armor Safe Technologies;
Joe J. Gregory, Vice President, Orbograph;
Bob Jones, The Santa Fe Group;
Ori Eisen, Founder, Chairman, and Chief Innovation Officer, 41st Parameter;
Michael Milgramm, Inventor and CTO, IdentaZone Inc;
Mike Mulholand, Director, Fraud Solutions Strategy, Memento Inc.;
Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director, Smart Card Alliance;
Laura Mather, PhD, Founder and Vice President, Silver Tail Systems;
Dr. Siva G. Narendra, Co-founder and CTO, Tyfone Inc;
Craig Priess, Founder and Vice President, Guardian Analytics;
Kevin Roper, Division SVP & General Manager, FIS;
Scott West, Product Manager, FIS Image;
Steven Schaeffer, FIS;
Andrew Nash, Senior Director of Identity Services, PayPal;
Brett McDowell, Technology and Policy Evangelist, PayPal;
Luther Martin, Chief Security Architect, Voltage Security, Inc;
Dena Hamilton, Norkom Technologies;
Peter G. Tapling, President and CEO, Authentify Inc;
Knud Balslev, VP, FonWallet Transaction Solutions Inc;
Clifford Stanford, assistant vice president, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
Goals of the “Surfing Payment Channels” book series:
Promote – Generate awareness and understanding of concepts, ideas and opportunities the contributing leaders would like to put in front of the financial industry and general public.
Inform – Expose readers to trends, risks and opportunities associated with the changing payment system via a series of thought leadership and experience sharing provided by engaged industry leaders.
Educate – This book may be used as a teaching aid to offer learning and insights to students and advancing professionals preparing to face the challenges associated with payment channel risks and opportunities.
“Surfing Payments Channels, Mastering the Fraud Tsunami” (ISBN: 978-0-9788698-1-6) is being distributed by Thor Distribution and will be listed globally by the Ingram Book Group for retail access. The book will be available through retailers and online services such as Barnes & Nobles and Amazon.com at a price of $23.95 in the next few weeks.
For more information about the book, contributing executives, or sponsoring companies, go to www.surfingpaymentchannels.com .
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