Join us for this week’s episode as Ernesto Rolfson, CEO of Finexio, and Craig Jeffery of Strategic Treasurer discuss the escalating threat landscape in payments. They cover how the criminal playbook has been bolstered by AI, enabling dangerous techniques like deep fakes and fraud. Discover why this matters to corporates and how payment companies are countering these evolving threats.
The ongoing attack methods targeting companies’ information and payments has scaled heavily over time. The uses of technology, including generative AI to help create deep fakes, spoofing, and compromising, have been challenging AP and treasury groups heavily, and this technology is enhancing the criminal playbook. This discussion will dig into some payment channel differences, including checks, virtual cards, ACH, and wires, and the steps you can take to make your payments more secure.
#259 – Treasury Perspectives Survey Results: Are You Nervous or Excited About Technology Developments? (TD Bank)
In this episode, Craig Jeffery and Michael Gordon discuss key insights that emerged from the fifth consecutive Treasury Perspectives Survey. This annual survey is a collaborative effort between Strategic Treasurer and TD Bank. Listen in as they discuss the excitement surrounding technology developments, the top payment concerns, and what these findings mean for you as a treasury professional.
To explore the full survey report, download it here: Treasury Perspectives Survey 2023.
Tune in to this discussion of trends, data, and industry statistics that shed light on the overall payer/payee experience and the transformative potential of next-generation payments.
The payments landscape has been evolving more rapidly of late. Handling these changes has been a significant challenge, but newer payment types have also brought new opportunities and benefits. This session will cover the experiences, expectations, and plans of payment and treasury professionals. Companies are adapting in order to better manage payments across a range of geographies and currencies. Meanwhile, the scope and scale of fraud has sped the rise of virtual cards. This session will expand on the results and implications of two payment-related surveys.