Taking place at the Walkers Stadium, Leicester on October 7 and hosted by Retail Knowledge, Retail Fraud On The Road will offer those retail, leisure and hospitality organisations, based outside of the normal catchment area of London and the South East, the opportunity to hear, learn, meet and experience the very best in retailer case studies, market insight and supplier expertise from within the fraud and loss prevention community.
Featuring one main conference stream focusing on Fraud and Loss Prevention Solutions including CNP fraud prevention, online and multi-channel fraud, data mining and business intelligence, speakers will include: Robert Jennings, Head of Loss Prevention, Boots who will explore the changing role of loss prevention and how getting operational credibility helps to get the job done; Mike Paisley, Head of IT Governance, Risk, Information Security & ITDR, Alliance and Leicester plc who will present a case study about how the bank is fighting the e-crime war; Richard Quinn, Head of Loss Prevention, The Co-operative Group who will explore the role of interactive media in getting the message of shrink reduction over to more than 60,000 staff and Steve Hearn, Head of Safety and Security, Jaeger, who will present Managing LP Technology in a Downturn.
A Master Class programme, in association with Retail Fraud Magazine, will offer a choice of five extended and in-depth sessions covering the hottest and most current topics within Retail Fraud and Loss Prevention including Security Excellence in Deploying PCI DSS Compliance, Hubert O. Borges-Da-Silva, MD/E-Commerce, Telecoms, Financial Solutions & Services, Info, Jilanda SecureSmart and Employee Dishonesty, Anne Frost, Head of ORIS Consulting.
Completing the line-up will be a free to attend exhibition featuring a broad range of suppliers and complementary companies for the retail industry such as Cybersource, The Third Man and Sysrepublic.
Commenting on the event, a specialism of Retail Knowledge, Paul Bessant, Managing Director said: “Retail Fraud is certainly one of the hottest topics for retailers today, because by tackling fraud in all its complexities, retailers can see immediate bottom line savings. There is no doubt that fraud, whether physical, electronic, organised or casual from staff or customers is one area that has traditionally been paid little more than lip service. Retailers now simply must invest in systems and solutions that will combat fraud and loss and by doing so, save themselves millions of pounds.
Retail Knowledge, experts in events for the retail technology sector, offers insight and intelligence to the retail, leisure and hospitality sectors through a portfolio of conferences which include: Business Intelligence (October 29, 2009), IT Disaster Recovery (January 20, 2010), Retail Supply Chain (March 18, 2010), Retail Fraud (April 20, 2010 and Mobile Retailing (June 9, 2010).