Anthology of antifraud techniques: transition to mathematical models and artificial intelligence

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Authors: Aleksey Sizov and Evgeniy Kolesnikov

The talk gives you an insight into the history and development of antifraud systems in Russia. The speaker will focus on the attack techniques against payment and banking services used by fraudsters over the past 10 years. You will also learn about the functional elements of antifraud systems related to attack detection and prevention. The second part of the presentation addresses application of mathematical models in antifraud systems and the effectiveness of this approach.

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  • Russian

Graduated from the faculty of Applied Mathematics and Cybernetics at Lomonosov Moscow State University in 2006. In 2009, received a research degree in Information Security from the Russian National Research Institute of Computer Science and IT Development. PhD in technical sciences. Worked for three years at Moscow Industrial Bank in the Credit Card Security Department. He was engaged in deployment of fraud monitoring systems and integration of encryption into credit card service processes. Later on, he was the Deputy Head of the Payment Risk Department at Tinkoff Bank. Since 2012, a fraud prevention manager at Jet Infosystems' Information Security Center.

Aleksey Sizov and Evgeniy Kolesnikov Aleksey Sizov and Evgeniy Kolesnikov

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