Virtual Financial Crimes Forum

DATE: June 15, 2023
TIME: 1:00 p.m. ET
DURATION: Three hours

Don’t miss our Jack Henry™ Financial Crimes Forum! Join us Thursday, June 15, from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET as top industry experts discuss the latest news and trends in the financial crimes world.

What we’ll cover:

  • Financial crimes highlights
  • The current financial crimes report
  • Emerging fraud trends surrounding the online fraud ecosystem between 2022-2023 

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David Maimon
Full Professor, Department of Criminal Justice & Criminology at Georgia State University (GSU) and Principal Product Manager and Special Advisor at GeoComply

Dr. David Maimon received his PhD in Sociology from the Ohio State University in 2009. As a National White-Collar Crime Center Young Scholar Award recipient, Dr. Maimon has dedicated much of his career to cybersecurity research efforts. In his current role, Dr. Maimon's leads an evidence-based, cybersecurity research group where he and his colleagues seek to produce and review multi- and interdisciplinary empirical evidence about the effectiveness of cybercrime tools and policies while further applying his knowledge and research efforts with GeoComply.


Sam Truitt
Sr. Financial Crimes Analyst, Corporate Strategy at Jack Henry

Sam leads the Jack Henry Corporate Strategy team in all financial crime related research. In her current role, Sam analyzes the recent market landscape, performs industry research, and delivers crimes strategic direction at Jack Henry. With over eight years of financial crime experience, she has collaborated with multiple law enforcement operations leading to skimming device recovery, arrested suspects, and judicial convictions.


Rene Perez
Director of Financial Crimes Solutions Sales & Financial Crimes Consultant at Jack Henry

Rene has been with Jack Henry since 2007, bringing more than 20 years of experience in the financial crimes industry. He shares his specialized knowledge through a variety of speaking engagements including major conferences such as the ACAMS®, Jack Henry Connect, and the SAS Global Financial Crimes Conference to name a few. Rene was one of 21 individuals across the country chosen by the Federal Reserve Bank to start the first-ever Federal Reserve Bank Payments Improvement Fraud Work Group, a group dedicated to formally define and categorize fraud into a single definition that can be adopted across the U.S.

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