Northwest Association for Financial Professionals - Event Information
November 2020 Monthly Virtual Meeting
Business Email Compromise and Fraud
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Pacific
Please join our ongoing fraud awareness discussion to learn how to keep your business secure and actions you can take to help combat fraud. It will be a timely discussion led by experts on Bank of America’s team concerning the threats in the market. Topics will include current Business Email Compromise (BEC) examples, best practices for your company, communicating financial analysis information, ransomware trends and questions to ask your security team and provider on how to minimize risk for you company.
Lynn Martin is a Senior Vice President in Global Information Security (GIS) at Bank of America. As part of the Cyber Client Engagement (CCE) team of GIS, she’s responsible for GIS external client engagements, and is focused on Bank of America Cyber Security Awareness and Education for all Bank of America lines of business. She works in conjunction with the Business Information Security Officers (BISO) to drive client focused engagements. Previously, Lynn has served in several key roles across GIS including Sr. Business Information Security Officer, and Sr. Information Security Manager of Application Vulnerability Remediation and Access Control Testing.
Her career at Bank of America spans over 27 years and includes extensive roles throughout Global Technology & Operations. She is Six Sigma Green Belt certified, and an active member of The Executive Women’s Forum, Women Executives of Charlotte, the Charlotte chapter of Women in Technology & Operations (WITO) and Leadership Charlotte.
Tony Moolayil is a member of the CashPro Product Management team in Global Transaction Services at Bank of America. Tony is a security and fraud education product manager for CashPro platforms, which includes developing the roadmap and managing the risk and security authentication across all platforms, to include online, mobile, API, and CashPro Connect. Tony also assists in developing fraud prevention curriculum and speaks to clients on the topic.
Tony graduated from DePaul University with a Bachelor of Science in Commerce Degree—majoring in Accountancy. Tony lives in Chicago and enjoys being an active alumni member of DemonTHON, a non-profit organization benefiting Children’s Miracle Network he helped launch during his junior year at DePaul University.
NWAFP would like to thank Bank of America for sponsorship of this event.
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