2014 Faces of Fraud Survey: Special Canadian Edition

Help Benchmark How Organizations Will Address Risks in 2015

In advance of the 2014 Toronto Fraud Summit, what are the top forms of fraud afflicting Canadian banking institutions, and how are these entities fighting back?

This question is the key focus of this special Canadian edition of the Faces of Fraud survey, which focuses on the impact of recent retail point-of-sale breaches and the growing challenge for banking institutions: Who ultimately is responsible for mounting retail fraud losses - the merchant whose systems are breached, or the card brands and issuing institutions whose payment cards are compromised?

This new study, commissioned exclusively for the 2014 Toronto Fraud Summit, looks not only at retail breaches, but at all of the latest fraud trends and how Canadian institutions are fighting back.

This web-based research study, created by ISMG with the counsel of top fraud experts, will also cover:

  • 2014 Faces of Fraud - What are the primary types of fraud against banking institutions, and where are the biggest security gaps?
  • Canadian Legal Landscape - Is the Criminal Code of Canada still effective against emerging types of fraud?
  • 2015 Fraud Agenda - Where will institutions make their biggest anti-fraud investments in the year ahead?

Survey results will be presented exclusively at the 2014 Toronto Fraud Summit, to be held Sept. 17 at the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel.

The survey is now closed. Results will be announced in the coming weeks.

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