Listen to our webinar “A Pragmatic Approach: Defeating Hybrid Threat Networks of Financial Crime”
Hybrid threat networks are pervasive and insidious. They leverage human suffering for profit. These networks have successfully infiltrated our financial systems in all areas. In this session, we will build the framework for a new way to look at money laundering and even fraud detection by laying out the networks, geographies, players, and mechanisms of these networks.
- Understand the terminology and concepts to aid in threat detection
- The role of AI to augment current detection approaches
- Identify the pragmatic approach to investigate and prepare cases fueled by illicit trade scenarios
Debra Geister, Advisor, Treliant
Simon Moss, CEO, Symphony AyasdiAI
Simon is the chief executive officer of Symphony AyasdiAI with strategic and P&L leadership responsibility. He brings three decades of market-recognized business experience in financial crime, risk, and compliance, and patented leadership in financial services technology innovation in network and edge computing, cognitive analytics, and AI. Previously, Simon led Mantas, a firm that defined the founding phase of anti-money laundering (AML) and compliance behavior detection, led multiple other firms as founder, CEO, or board director, and most recently was global head of AI and automation for Infosys Consulting. He delivers a unique balance of strong leadership, deep subject expertise, and focused technology knowledge.
COL Joshua Potter, (Ret.), U.S. Army, Special Operations Command (USSOCOM)
Recently retired from active duty service with over 27 years of servant-leader experience, culminating as a Colonel at U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), Joshua Potter has been a driving force in national security and special investigations. He has led organizations in Special Forces, Civil Affairs, PATRIOT missile systems through security & intelligence activities and reconnaissance operations in more than 47 countries – including over 10 combat and operational deployments. Orchestrating broad campaigns with local, state, federal, and international partners, he has developed multi-cultural communities across global engagements. As a distinguished veteran, Josh has earned 5 Bronze Star Medals and a Purple Heart for meritorious actions in combat zones, among other dozens of other decorations and awards. He established and led the first-ever Business Intelligence unit within the Department of Defense, responsible as the lead component for Counter Threat Finance (CTF), while simultaneously coordinating Counter Narcoterrorism (CNT) and Counter Transnational Organized Crime (CTOC) efforts with 28 interagency organizations. The author of three books and armed with two Masters degrees, a mild caffeine addiction, and a vorpal sense of humor, Josh has served as an executive-level director in multiple disciplines and programs including strategic planning, community development, full-spectrum security, intelligence, counter terrorism, counter threat finance, anti-money laundering, and special operations.