AIB has organised an exclusive event on the topic of ‘eFraud and Cybercrime – Insights for your Business’, and I would like to extend an invitation to you.
The event is designed to raise awareness across Accounts Payable and Treasury Departments, and to provide practical advice on how to deal with the increasing threats of eFraud and Cybercrime.
Detective Superintendent Michael Gubbins of the Garda Cyber Crime Bureau will provide some valuable insights into the work of his team and the real incidents they deal with on a daily basis. Shauna Hunter of the AIB eFraud & Payments department will discuss some of the practical steps taken at AIB to monitor payments for signs of possible fraud attempts.
Charlotte Kenneally, Head of Treasury Back Office Operations at Ervia has kindly agreed to join us as a panellist, and will share some of her experience in dealing with these threats at a corporate level during our interactive panel discussion with industry experts. We hope you will take this opportunity to ask questions and contribute thoughts.
Thursday, 30th March
Stratocaster Suite, Gibson Hotel, Point Square, Dublin 1
Breakfast & Networking
Welcome: Michael Concannon, Head of AIB Cash Management
Detective Superintendent Michael Gubbins, Garda Cyber Crime Bureau
Shauna Hunter, AIB eFraud & Payments
Panel followed by Q&A:
Key Note Speakers
Charlotte Kenneally, Head of Treasury Back Office Operations, Ervia
Conor McGoveran, Director, Financial Services Advisory, EY
Tea/Coffee for those who may wish to stay on and talk to any of our speakers
I would be grateful if you could confirm your attendance by responding to this email. Please feel free to extend this invitation to one or two colleagues as you see fit. Numbers are limited, so please send me the names and email addresses of anyone who would like to attend.
I am confident that this event will help you and your organisation to assess these threats. I look forward to seeing you on the day.
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