Cameron D'Ambrosi, host of the State of Identity Podcast, shares surprising lessons and insights we can draw from recent data breaches.
Nomi Conway, former fraud fighter at Square who now works with nonprofits at UC Berkeley, explains why nonprofits are uniquely vulnerable to data breaches.
Courtney Fahrer, a fraud expert and former head of marketplace operations at Wanelo, shares last-minute tips for the holiday fraud rush.
Kevin Beaver, author of Hacking for Dummies, shares how to train employees to avoid pitfalls that lead to data breaches.
David Yermack, NYU Professor of Business, shares a unique perspective on whether cryptocurrency and the blockchain are changing the face of fraud.
Patrick Presto, who handled risk & disputes at Square, shares how you can harness chargebacks to learn more about user experience.
Daniel Sankey, compliance officer at Coinbase, talks about the methods businesses are using to fight cryptocurrency fraud.
Daniele Thillmann, SVP of Fraud and Payments at Green Man Gamin, reveals how businesses can confront the unique challenges of a digital vertical.
Trust & safety experts Kevin Lee and Jeff Sakasegawa discuss best practices for keeping up the rapidly changing face of content fraud.
Melissa Griffith, PhD candidate at UC Berkeley, explains how online fraud can have serious ramifications for national security.
Oggie Nicolic of Google and Kevin Lee of Sift Science teach how to fight the ever-changing account takeover.
For your business to succeed, you have to understand ATO from the perspective of a fraud fighter...and a fraudster. That's why we're sitting down with both!
We look back at 20 episodes of this podcast with guests from Amazon, WePay, LinkedIn, Google, and Square.
Oggie Nicolic of Google and Kevin Lee of Sift Science explain why content abuse is so hard to fight, and how online marketplaces and communities should approach this challenge.
What fraud challenges arise in the fast-paced, unregulated world of cryptocurrency mining and blockchain?
How is machine learning impacting the way we interact online? What is the future of trust & safety in a world of democratized machine learning?
With so much personal information flying back and forth between admirers, how does Zoosk keep its customers safe?
At Sift Science, Fred spearheads the development of creative and dynamic technology. What did he learn from behemoths like Amazon and startups like TeachStreet?
Robert Lee, a fraud expert with experience at Twitter and Amazon, says fraud fighters are over-relying on a "one size fits all" approach.
How do analysts navigate the fast-paced world of online fraud? What challenges do they face? And what on earth do chocodiles have to do with it?
Without a culture of vulnerability disclosure, can white hat hackers do their job without risking severe legal penalties?
How does a fintech startup prevent -- and fight -- new and innovative types of fraud?
Kevin Lee of Sift Science and Courtney Bode of Wanelo discuss strategies for building a fraud team that spans continents.
Denise Aptekar, senior director of global payments at Upwork, has reconceptualized friendly fraud in a way that just might change the way you see chargebacks.
Fraud fighters from Patreon, Wanelo, and Sift Science share life-saving tips on how to prepare for the holidays.
Greg Wilson, risk product specialist at Gusto, tells us why payroll fraud matters more than you realize.
Former FBI Most Wanted hacker Brett Johnson shows how fraud-fighters could inadvertently be making fraudsters' lives easier.
The Secret Service calls Brett Johnson the “original internet godfather.” We sat down with him to chat about his adventures.
Kevin Lee of Sift Science and Paul Rockwell of LinkedIn show you how to get buy-in for your trust & safety team.
Kevin Lee of Sift Science and Paul Rockwell of LinkedIn guide you through the process of building your fraud team.
FBI special agent MK Palmore gives us an unparalleled look at ATO.