ACAMS 18th Annual AML & Financial Crime Conference
by Giant Oak, Inc., on Aug 15, 2019, 10:54:45 AM
With rapidly evolving regulations, technology and financial crime methods, anti-money laundering (AML) and financial crime prevention professionals are faced with the challenge of staying abreast of new developments in financial crime, payment methods and money laundering schemes.
During the course of three days, the financial crime prevention community has the opportunity to learn from inspiring subject-matter experts, connect with other industry professionals and gain new insights and practical strategies to help their institutions combat financial crime.
-- For more information, please visit ACAMS here.
When: September 23-25, 2019
Where: ARIA Resort and Casino
Giant Oak CEO Gary M. Shiffman, PhD is speaking on a panel entitled AI Proficiency, AI 2.0? Machine Learning, Deep Learning and AML's New Frontiers on Tuesday, September 24 at 2:00pm moderated by Jason Chorlins, and speaking alongside Brendan Brothers of Verafin, Rock T. Magleby-Lambert of PNC Bank, and Scott Butler of Stealth.
Visit us at BOOTH 727 for an exciting Virtual Reality experience and to learn about our software GOST® - an open-source search and triage tool that builds a custom Internet domain and organizes information to detect suspicious behavior, allowing you to effectively allocate your finite resources for higher-order investigative tasks.
Giant Oak proudly supports #NatSecGirlSquad - a social impact consulting company and professional development community building competent diversity in national security and defense. To learn more, visit www.natsecgirlsquad.com.
Join Giant Oak CEO Gary M. Shiffman, PhD, the Giant Oak team, and #NatSecGirlSquad at our Cocktails and Hors d'oeuvres Reception at Bardot Brasserie located in the Aria Resort and Casino on Tuesday, September 24th from 5 -7pm!
#NatSecGirlSquad is a social impact consulting company and professional development community building competent diversity in national security and defense. To learn more, visit www.natsecgirlsquad.com.