Retail Risk – Toronto
Retail Risk – Toronto will be taking place on 22nd June 2018
Retail Risk Toronto will inspire, inform and stimulate you like no other risk event. Perhaps that is why more risk and loss prevention professionals attend the Retail Risk conference series around the world than any other similar conference series – and we are proud to announce we are global sponsors!
Retail Risk Toronto is bringing together top experts from around the globe to share their experiences, with Canadian risk and loss prevention professionals, in successfully dealing with the challenges being faced here. In addition, our speakers will provide insight into new and emerging challenges, and how to prepare for them.
Canada of course has its own unique, distinct risk and loss prevention identity. So the conference takes international expertise and marries it with regional thought leadership to create a dynamic, thought provoking and instructive industry leading event.
The event will be held at the Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel on the 22nd June. We will have representatives in the area during and beyond the event, so if you can’t make it please do still get in touch and we can arrange a time to suit you later or earlier that week.
‘Man vs machine in the world of fraud’
Matt will be asking the question, ‘can your fraud monitoring benefit from machine learning?’ Common myths around machine learning are leading to misuse and missed opportunities. In Matt’s presentation, “Man vs Machine in the World of Fraud”, he considers how machine learning can offer benefits in both reducing fraud losses and increasing acceptance rates in all channels – without the need for expensive infrastructure.
Drawing on findings from Behavioural Economics he will unpick the manual fraud monitoring process, discuss how innovative technology can assist a manual approach and show how machine learning can be utilised with big data to deliver outstanding business benefit.
Matt will also cover some of the latest global fraud trends in the retail industry and discuss how these are relevant to the UK and Europe.