Fraud prevention, cybersecurity, and efforts to break “digital gridlock” topped the agenda during immersion18 by Trellance in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Following are scenes from the “coming out party” for Trellance, formerly known as CSCU.
Trellance CEO Tom Davis and a dance troupe welcome attendees to Thursday's opening session.
“Collaboration will be how you win against cybercriminals,” says Theresa Payton, star of the TV show “Hunted” and former White House chief information officer.
“Artificial intelligence is the next game changer,” says John Best, CEO of Best Innovation Group (left), with Glen Sarvady, managing director of 154 Advisors.
Use transaction data to see key triggers in member behavior, says Kirk Drake, founder of Credit Union 2.0.
A collaborative, credit union-focused board culture is driving Trellance forward, says retired Trellance CEO Bob Hackney.
“We have to be independent to be your best advocate,” says Trellance CEO Tom Davis.
“Going it alone is not a viable strategy,” says Mollie Bell, CUNA’s chief engagement officer.
Cash is still king in the world of payments, says the Federal Reserve’s David Lott (right) with Trellance CEO Tom Davis.
“When is the last time you developed a strategy for your payments,” asks Bill Lehman of Trellance.
Trellance executives hold a “coffee talk” to explain what they do.
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