Interpol & Onfido: Train like a border guard
Date: 29th July 2021 Time: 3pm GMT / 4pm CET / 10am EST
In this one-off session, specialists from Interpol and Onfido will offer participants a unique insight into the world of fraud. Taking some of the principles of what it’s like to train as a border guard, speakers will examine how many of the techniques used to catch and prevent fraud can also be applied in the business world.
This 2 hour event will be split into multiple mini sessions. Participants can join for some or all of the event.
A taster of some of the sessions you can expect on the day:
Fraud landscape and trends 2021
Combating fraud in the physical versus digital world
How to spot fraudulent IDs
On the ground stories - how we catch fraud
The impact of biometrics with doc verification
Coordinator to Interpol’s Counterfeit Currency and Security Documents Branch, Daniela is responsible for establishing programs that provide operational support, forensic assistance, and technical databases for the 194 member countries of Interpol.
A Forensic Analyst at INTERPOL's Counterfeit Currency and Security Documents Branch in Lyon, Malik’s remit includes a range of activities and initiatives aimed at the prevention and suppression of the counterfeiting of currency and security documents.
Michael Van Gestel
A leading expert in ID Document security and fraud, Michael heads Onfido’s Global Document and Fraud Strategy Team and plays a central role in Onfido’s product development strategy.
An experienced expert in ID document security and fraud, Simon plays a key role in Onfido's product development strategy. Prior to Onfido, Simon worked as a Document Expert and international trainer with Foster & Freeman Ltd.
One of the first employees at Onfido, Dimitrie has held a variety of roles across analytics, operations and technology, playing a central role in developing Onfido’s identity verification process.