SOURCE: The 41st Parameter

April 11, 2007 08:00 ET

The 41st Parameter Hosts Expert Security Panel With Aite and Mitnick Security to Delve Into the Minds of Criminals at NACHA Payments 2007

SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 11, 2007 --

Who: Ori Eisen, founder and chairman, The 41st Parameter

Featuring expert panel members from Aite Group and Mitnick Security Consulting, LLC

What: Participating in an all-star panel of leading authorities on fraud and risk management, Ori Eisen will moderate a compelling discussion examining the changing payments landscape, the world of fraud and social engineering, and the nefarious schemes that continue to evade security systems around the world. The session, "In the Mind of a Fraudster," details the mechanics of fraud, identity theft, the nature of social engineering, and an outlook on the possible future of the industry. Eisen and panelists Gwenn Bézard, research director at Aite Group, and Kevin Mitnick, founder of Mitnick Security Consulting, LLC, will also discuss how financial institutions can better protect their businesses and their customers from unscrupulous criminals and more effectively prepare today for the fraud schemes of tomorrow.

When: Monday, April 16
11 a.m. CDT

Where: NACHA Payments 2007
Hyatt Regency Chicago
About The 41st Parameter

As the pioneer of agent-less, client device identification (CDI) and document masking solutions for online fraud detection and prevention, The 41st Parameter offers highly accurate, non-intrusive fraud control measures for eCommerce, eBanking and other online businesses. By continuously collecting new and unique parameters from end-user computers during online account access or order processing, the Company's patent-pending technologies enable forensic identification of PCs and online devices. Such accurate device identification helps improve operational efficiencies and minimize investigative resources, saving time and money while better protecting legitimate customers. All of the Company's solutions require no end-user registration, enrollment, downloads or installations. To find out how the Company is making fraud history, visit or call 1.888.the.41st (1.888.843.4178).

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