Event Details

With a significant increase in online holiday shopping in our digital world, now is a great time to brush up on your cybersecurity skills and know-how! Join our free Speaker Series webinar to hear from fraud prevention and cybersecurity experts on how to best protect yourself, and your data, from fraudsters and hackers.

Join Jeremy Nicholls, GM, Card Services and Fraud Solutions at Everlink Payment Services and Joel Grannum, CPP, Risk Management Security Specialist at CUMIS, as they speak to Albertans about how they can protect themselves online and offline from fraudulent schemes, sharing their top tips and tricks to keep yourself and your personal data safe in an increasingly online world.

December 8, 2021
12 to 12:45 p.m.
Register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nO63Je_3TsW2CPzBM6tsRA

About the speakers

Jeremy Nicholls
Jeremy has over 30 years of experience in fraud investigation, strategy, detection and prevention. Jeremy spent 19 years with the British Police where he was responsible for the investigation of serious and complex frauds both nationally and internationally. Moving to Canada in 2007, Jeremy became the lead investigator for mortgage and property fraud in Alberta, before being recruited by one of Canada’s top four largest credit unions where he was responsible for their fraud detection and prevention strategies which resulted in significant reductions in losses over his 9-year tenure.

Joel Grannum
Joel Grannum joined CUMIS as a Risk Management Security Specialist in 2016 and has been involved in the security industry for 17 years. He is a member of ASIS International’s Banking and Financial Services Steering Committee and is a member of the International Association of Financial Crime Investigators. He also serves as a Reservist in the Canadian Armed Forces with 31 Signal Regiment.


About the Speaker Series

Alberta Central and Credit Unions of Alberta‘s Speaker Series brings together some of Canada’s leading thinkers, forecasters and innovators for monthly discussions to help inspire bright and prosperous futures. This is the final speaker series of 2021, connecting Albertans to local subject matter experts on topics that matter. Alberta Central and Alberta credit unions are focused on serving our communities and we hope you’ll gain interesting and insightful perspectives from access to these experts.

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