SAS | The Power to Know

Identity theft, computer intrusion, wire and credit card fraud, money laundering – the frequency of each is rising globally as criminals find new ways to exploit existing systems.

You’re invited to join peers from across the law enforcement, regulatory and banking industries as we explore innovative methods of turning the tables on the criminal element.

Now in its 10th year, this event offers the opportunity to hear from today’s premier authorities from both the private and public sectors as they present the latest strategies on how to:

  • Implement effective cybersecurity.
  • Fight terrorism tactics and financing.
  • Effectively manage fraud investigations.
  • Ensure regulatory compliance.
  • Detect and prevent money laundering.
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Jane Rhodes-Wolfe

Keynote: Jane Rhodes-Wolfe

Jane Rhodes-Wolfe began her FBI career in 1996, investigating white-collar crime and counterterrorism violations. As a member of the Evidence Response Team (ERT), she deployed with ERT to Yemen in 2000 following the attack on the USS Cole, and assisted in aiding victims and investigating the attack on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. Read more about Ms. Rhodes-Wolfe.

This exclusive event is by invitation only and nontransferable. If necessary, SAS may limit the maximum number of attendees per organization in order to accommodate as many attendees as possible.

August 20 - 21
SAS World Headquarters
Cary, NC



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