International Fraud Prevention Conference 2020

Fighting Fraud through Technology & Collaboration

A multi-sectoral model to combat fraud


Welcome to International Fraud Prevention Conference 2020. Cyber Security and fraud are top of the risk agenda for every corporation and CEO. The losses involved in a Cyber Security incident - in terms of not only monetary quantum but also reputation - are potentially huge and long-lasting.

The objective of the International Fraud Prevention Conference is to build a community with the common goal of fighting fraud in all its manifestations.

The convention is a space featuring cutting edge content where you will hear from and meet top international speakers and panellists. Just as importantly IFPC2020 is one of Europe's major business networking events where senior executives and decision makers can meet and discuss mutual issues and interests. You will hear about the latest threats, innovations and solutions in the fraud prevention world.

Many of you live and breathe cyber - whether in tech, financial services, government, law enforcement or utilities - and preventing and confronting a breach is your business. At IFPC2020 you will have the opportunity to network with other like-minded industry leaders and build new connections.

Cyber is our main theme again in 2020. In January we read about how Travelex was reduced to using pen and paper to record transactions because of a ransomware attack where the cyber criminals were demanding $3M. Also in January a major US company was forced to go to Dublin's High Court after being blackmailed by hackers seeking $6M. It has been an inauspicious start to 2020 but it has clearly put Cyber Security measures centre stage.

We will also be discussing your company's AML and ABAC measures as well the well known requirement for consistent Reputation Management stress testing.

We are in the business of connecting people and I am glad to report that again this year we have a very high calibre of speakers, with more international experts being added every week.

Our main moderator will be my co-director, the broadcaster and author Paul Williams. I would also like to thank one of Ireland's early anti-fraud pioneers, co-director James Treacy of Stubbs Gazette for his drive in helping organise IFPC2020.

Cyber and fraud prevention are complex issues that are easier to prevent and control when we work together. The connections you make at this conference, whether you are Big Tech, a major financial institution, a start up or in law enforcement will help your preparedness, ability to innovate and introduce the most advanced cyber tech measures.

If you would like to exhibit or sponsor please reach out to my colleague, James Treacy at james.treacy@internationalfraudprevention.com

Earlier I mentioned the importance of having a strong industry B2B networking convention. Of course there is nowhere better than the city of Dublin for such a platform. The capital of Ireland is home to the European headquarters of many of the world's largest tech companies. Ireland itself is home to more than 30pc of all EU data with more than 6,500 people employed in the cyber security sector alone. As our Irish delegates and those who have visited before will tell you, Dublin is also the European Headquarters of Networking!

Here's to a great convention and good business opportunities.

I look forward to welcoming you to Croke Park on March 11 next.

Stephen Rae
International Fraud Prevention Conference

“Tackling and preventing fraud is of crucial importance to the State and to the wider international community. I strongly support the emphasis that this conference places on the need for collaboration and cooperation between agencies and organisations as a means of combating fraud.”
- Charlie Flanagan, Minister for Justice and Law Reform.

“Financial crime is a trillion dollar stay awake issue.”
- Deirdre Carwood, Forensic Partner, Deloitte.

“The answer to this is sitting in this room, it’s going to be working together, it’s going to be the networking.”
- Dermot F. Shea, Commissioner, NYPD.

The International Fraud Prevention Conference 2020 brings together the international and local experts to discover solutions to the complex problem of fraud and cybercrime through technology, collaboration and insights.


International Fraud Prevention Conference - March 11th 2020

Provisional Running Order (See speakers and panellists under ‘Speakers’)

07:30 Registration Opens

08:00 Coffee and Networking

08:45 Welcome Remarks and Introduction

Session 1
Cyber Security


09:00 Official Opening

09:15 Speakers and Panels

10:30 Keynote Address

10:45 Q&A with Keynote

11:00 Coffee and Networking

Session 2
Cyber Security


11:30 Speakers and Panels

12:15 Keynote Address

12:30 Q&A with Keynote

12:40 Speakers and Panels

13:15 Lunch and Networking

Session 3


14:15 Introduction

14:20 Keynote Address

14:40 Q&A with Keynote

15:00 Speakers and Panels

17:00 Closing Remarks

17:05 Networking


Croke Park, Jones' Rd, Drumcondra, Dublin 3.

At the conference, our delegates will learn about:

  • Technology’s role in both aiding and combating criminality
  • Growing scourge of business email compromise
  • The law enforcement perspective of fraud in the overall spectrum of criminality

  • Money laundering, terrorist financing and the paper trail
  • Lessons from the UK on tackling cross sector fraud
  • Case for data sharing and collaboration between sectors and agencies

Speakers 2020

(Full list to be announced)

 Terence A. Monahan
Chief Of Department, NYPD

 Ciaran Martin
CEO, National Cyber Security Centre, UK

 Derville Rowland
DG, Financial Conduct, Central Bank of Ireland

 Sir Rob Wainwright
Senior Cyber Partner, Deloitte. Ex Head of Europol

 Ian Drennan
Director, ODCE

 Deirdre Carwood
Forensic Partner, Deloitte

 Dinos A. Kerigan-Kyrou
Partnership for Peace Consortium (PfPC)

 Rois Ni Thuama
Head of Cyber Governance, Red Sift

 Mandeep Sandhu
Senior Investigator, SpyCloud EMEA

 Danny McCoy
CEO, Ibec

 Laura Noonan
US Banking Editor, Financial Times

 Pat McDonagh
Managing Director, Supermacs

 Paul Williams
Author, Broadcaster, Investigative Journalist

 James Treacy
Publisher, StubbsGazette

 Stephen Rae
Chairman, IFPC2020

Sponsors 2020

Become an Exhibitor or Sponsor

The 2nd International Fraud Prevention Conference will attract professionals from around the world involved in identifying, detecting and preventing corporate fraud. This event offers you the opportunity to connect with decision makers and influencers in the anti-fraud world. There are a variety of exhibition and sponsorship options to achieve your sales and marketing goals.

Reserve Exhibit Space Today

For information on sponsoring or exhibiting, please email info@internationalfraudprevention.com or call +353 1 672 5939.

Benefits of Sponsoring

  • Showcase Your Brand to 500+ Key Industry Professionals
  • Raise Your Brand Profile and Awareness
  • Be Seen as the Leading company in your sector
  • Increase Your Business in this sector
  • Align yourself with key business leaders
  • Brand exposure through Media Partners
  • Benefit with the market reach of all our visitors and the wider business community

Who Attends

500+ C-suite executives across banking, insurance, government services, technology, utilities and law enforcement. These attendees represent a diverse group of fraud prevention, detection and investigation roles.

Full Sponsor List To Be Announced


"Well done. Great success."
- Kevin Dolan, Retired Detective Superintendent An Garda Siochana
"Excellent stuff Laura Wadding."
- Gemma Normile, Data Protection Officer at MetLife
"Was great to see Louise on Friday. Great event."
- Michael Rennie, Government Compliance Officer at Wilsons Auctions
"Delighted to be a speaker at this forward thinking event and in the company of financial crime prevention leaders."
#fraud #IFPC #deloittefinancialcrime
- Deirdre Carwood, Partner at Deloitte
"A really informative day with a great line up of speakers. The start of a collaborative journey for all."
- Aine O'Sullivan, Fraud Risk Officer at Bank Of Ireland
"Without doubt, the finest conference of its kind that I have attended. Congratulations to the key sponsors for the impressive line up. Two key takeaways, (1) prevention is key to your risk management strategy, an excellent analogy by Judge Nicholas Kearns couldn't have made it clearer, and (2) the importance of data in battling crime (both street crime and cyber crime) was driven home by the 'war' stories from leading law enforcement officials Patrick Lordan (Detective Chief Superintendent - Financial Intelligence Unit) and Dermot Shea (Chief of Detectives NYPD)."
- Rois Ni Thuama PhD, Head of Cyber Security Governance at Red Sift

Contact Us

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