Kount Announces Second Annual Digital Protection Summit Featuring the Identity Trust Global Network and Keynote Speaker Earvin “Magic” Johnson

Key discussions will include personalizing customers experiences, applying adaptive friction, preventing account takeover, and implementing fraud prevention best practices

SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kount, the leading AI-driven fraud prevention solution, today announced its second annual Digital Protection Summit will be held April 14-15, 2020 in San Diego, CA. With a theme of “Bring Your ‘A’ Game”, the Summit’s lineup features sessions with experts in fraud prevention, discussions with industry-leading businesses, and keynote addresses from Earvin “Magic” Johnson, chairman and CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises, and Julie Conroy, research director for Aite Group‘s fraud and anti-money laundering practice.

The Digital Protection Summit hosts industry leaders, executives, and front-line technology architects who are shaping the future of digital experiences. This year, attendees will be introduced to the new Identity Trust Global Network, an innovative approach to fraud prevention that empowers organizations to unlock previously untapped revenue streams by delivering personalized user experiences. Identity Trust is the ability to establish a real-time level of trust for each identity behind every interaction, including payments, account creation, and login events. With the largest network of trust and fraud signals combined with adaptive artificial intelligence, Kount helps customers prevent chargebacks, protect digital accounts, reduce false positives and slash manual reviews.

Featured speakers from Kount will open the Summit, with a welcome address from founding CEO Brad Wiskirchen officially kicking off the festivities. Wiskirchen, an expert in digital commerce and financial technology, brings industry experience spanning his 13+ years with Kount as well as previous roles, which include serving as Chairman of the Board of the Salt Lake City Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Rich Stuppy, chief customer experience officer at Kount, will lead the first general session of the Summit, focused on emerging fraud trends and how businesses can upgrade their fraud prevention strategies with the new Identity Trust Global Network.

Johnson’s keynote address will headline the first night of the Summit, with Conroy’s keynote address to follow the next morning. As chairman and CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises, Johnson is widely recognized for his accomplishments as a successful entrepreneur and multi-sport franchise owner with properties including the Los Angeles Dodgers of the MLB, Los Angeles Sparks of the WNBA, Major League Soccer’s Los Angeles Football Club, and eSports franchise Team Liquid. His previous ventures have served as catalysts for redevelopment in urban communities and are widely recognized as the corporate blueprint for engagement and success with urban consumers across America.

To register, view a full list of speakers, or learn more about Kount’s Digital Protection Summit 2020, visit www.digitalprotectionsummit.com .

About Kount

Kount’s Identity Trust Global Network delivers real-time fraud prevention and enables personalized customer experiences to more than 6,500 leading brands and payment providers. Linked by Kount’s award-winning AI, the Identity Trust Global Network analyzes signals from 32 billion annual interactions in order to personalize user experiences across the spectrum of trust—from frictionless experiences to blocking fraud. Quick and accurate identity trust decisions deliver safe payments, account creation, and login events, while reducing digital fraud, chargebacks, false positives, and manual reviews. For more information, visit www.kount.com

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