It has been nearly 20 years since the events of 9/11. As we approach that anniversary, we are still fighting terrorism. However, with the tremendous push toward digitization set in motion by the COVID-19 pandemic, that battle is increasingly being fought online.
It’s no surprise that criminals have taken advantage of the shift to e-commerce – preying on unsuspecting consumers and well-intentioned government programs.
That’s why it’s more important than ever for financial institutions to work closely with their partners in law enforcement to combat the threat of fraud schemes, ransomware attacks and the growth in domestic terrorism.
Join us for this virtual event and learn about the latest trends and strategies for navigating these threats.
You’ll hear from the brightest minds in BSA/AML compliance and explore the best ways to combat terrorism financing, fraud and other financial crimes.
This year’s complimentary forum will be offered both in person and virtually. In-person capacity is limited and by invitation only. This site is for virtual registration only.
- Derek N. Benner Managing Director, Federal Law Enforcement and Commercial Programs, Thomson Reuters Special Services LLC
- Tyler Reynolds Senior Vice President and Senior Director for Enterprise Financial Crimes Compliance Operations, US Bank
Agenda at a glance
We’ll add more information to the agenda as we receive it.
|Wednesday, Sept. 8|
Can I attend the in-person event?
Will I earn CAMS credits?
We are in the process of submitting this event to ACAMS. We will let you know as soon as possible if we are approved and how many credits attendees will receive.
How do I get CAMS credit?
To receive CAMS credits for this virtual event, every individual must log in to sli.do and answer polling questions.
Edit your profile by clicking your initial at upper right. You must add your company and email address for CAMS credits.
When will I get my CAMS credits?
You will get an email verifying your attendance within one week after the event. You must submit this verification to ACAMS for credit.
Will sessions be available on demand?
No. Due to the confidential nature of much of the content, we can’t record the event for on-demand viewing.
What if I have a technical issue while attending the virtual event?
- Reconnect: Try connecting again to the webcast.
- Change browsers: We suggest trying Chrome, Safari or Firefox.
- Guest network: Change your internet access connection, or try a guest network, if available.
- Wireless: Try connecting via a wireless device (not Wi-Fi on the corporate network).
- Avoid RDS and VPN: Do not use a remote desktop connection to view the webcast.
- Personal device: Use a personal device and not a work computer.
Some organizations block streaming media. If your employer has a firewall in place, unfortunately, there is nothing we can do to help with this.
Register now for this virtual event
Notice Concerning Training, Education, Food, Refreshments or Other Gifts Provided by SAS
At this event SAS will provide you items that may be subject to gift rules applicable for your organization. We respect these rules and encourage you to clear your receipt of these items with your organization. If you prefer, you may pay fair market value and receive a receipt for the items at sas.com/paysas.
This event is closed to media and social media sharing is prohibited.
SAS reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to remove or refuse attendee registration.