TRANSACT Tech NYC
March 13, 2018 • American Express Tower
Biometrics, Next Generation Authentication, and Secure and Frictionless Commerce
In partnership with IBIA, TRANSACT Tech NYC is a one-day event where leading-edge banking, retail and FinTech companies come together with innovative startups and venture capitalists to further business connections, build strategic relationships and secure new opportunities.
Attendees include senior level payments industry executives including financial institutions, technology companies, investment and VC firms, as well as analysts and industry consulting firms.
2018 event location is American Express Tower, 200 Vesey Street, New York, NY 10285.
Thank you to our generous sponsors: American Express. International Biometrics + Identity Association, and Loeb & Loeb.
|Luke Gebb, Senior Vice President, AMEX Digital Labs|
|11:00am||NEXT GENERATION AUTHENTICATION
From artificial intelligence to behavioral biometrics, technology has revolutionized methods for authentication. This panel of experts will discuss the emerging technologies that are redefining the authentication landscape, what they mean for the payments industry, as well as for your business
|Laura Hart, Vice President Business Operations, Qualcomm Cyber Security Solutions (QCSS), Moderator|
|Neil Costigan, CEO, Behaviosec|
|Jens Hinrichsen, SVP, Sales & Business Development, NuData|
|Sunil Madu, CEO and Founder, Socure|
Transformation of where, when, and how consumers utilize a wide range of products to pay has created new challenges for security in the payments industry. This panel will discuss these challenges, the opportunities these new platforms bring to the industry, and how you can succeed in this new ecosystem.
|Craig Ross, Apple, Moderator|
|Mark Clifton, President and CEO, Princeton Identity|
|Allen Friedman, Director of Payment Solutions, Ingenico|
|Céline Savaton, Marketing Manager, Digital Payments, IDEMIA|
|Benny Silberstein, Founder, PayRix|
|1:30pm||FRICTIONLESS COMMERCE AT THE POINT OF SALE
As consumers adopt new technology to pay, merchants and their partners must adapt to the changing point of sale to stay competitive. Join a panel of local merchants as they discuss how they work with their partners to stay relevant in a rapidly changing market and how they utilize technology to enable secure, frictionless commerce.
|David True, Partner, Paygility Advisors, Moderator|
|Ron Arad, VP Supply Chain, MM.LaFleur|
|Avi Kaner, Owner, Morton Williams|
|Dina Shaaltiel, VP of Operations, Alorica|
|3:00pm||INVESTING IN PAYMENTS
The ability to leverage technology to create new products and services is vital to remaining competitive in today’s payments landscape. Most importantly, securing investment to fuel and fund innovation is essential. This panel will consider the new opportunities for investment in payments as a driver of product development.
|Terry Hsiao, CEO, Hook Mobile, Moderator|
|Jen Byrne, President, Quesnay|
|Ben Malka, Partner, F-Prime Capital|
|Jeff Pulver, Vice Chairman, Alchemist|
|Michael DeSimone, CEO, Shopkeep|
Exclusive Sponsorship Opportunities
|Opportunity to introduce a session (first come, first served in terms of selection)|
|Signage that indicates sponsors have generously provided networking lunch and drinks|
|4 passes||10 passes||Complimentary passes for customers and company executives|
|Promotion for all sponsors: pre-show, website and post-show thank you e-mail blast to all attendees|
Sponsorships / Event
TRANSACT Tech is approved for up to 5 ETA CPP™ Continuing Education (CE) credits. Credit is earned at the rate of one credit per 50 minutes of electronic transactions industry-related session time, including questions and answers, excluding lunches and breaks.
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