About the free webinar series

Tech-heavy NASDAQ lost nearly 30% of its value in 2022, and tech companies’ performance continues to face heavy scrutiny in 2023, according to Forrester. Because of this, businesses need the right tooling to mitigate skill shortages, employee layoffs, and pressure from investors. In today’s market conditions, every misstep in fraud-fighting costs time, money, and resources. This means businesses need to be intentional and thoughtful about what tools to spend on, how much to spend, and what team resources are needed.

Fraud, Trust & Safety, and Compliance leaders now face the added challenge of defending their team’s impact to internal stakeholders and justifying the cost of their fraud investigation tools.

Here's what you'll learn:

How successful businesses are re-evaluating their priorities and what aspects of your fraud strategy are most likely to be negatively impacted in a downturn.
Strategies Fraud, Trust & Safety, and Compliance leaders can use to effectively showcase the value of your existing tools and headcount.
3 ways to do more with less in today’s market conditions, including automation’s role in catching more fraud with less effort.

Your presenters:

Jeff Sakasegawa

Jeff Sakasegawa

Trust & Safety Architect


Jeff Sakasegawa is Persona’s Trust & Safety Architect. With over a decade of experience in the Trust & Safety space across companies such as Google, Facebook, Square, and Sift, Jeff is an expert on Risk Management and Compliance. He is passionate about ensuring safe online experiences for all users.

Jim Prevot

Jim Prevot

Managing Director


Jim is a Co-Founder & Managing Director at StrategyBRIX with 10 years of experience working for companies like PwC and Quantexa in building and optimizing end-to-end Financial Crime programs globally across banks and fintechs. He is based in London and is responsible for overseeing the company's operations in EMEA.

Ronald Prätsch

Ronald Praetsch


About Fraud

Ronald leverages his extensive experience in payments & fraud to inform the structure and content of the site. Outside of About-Fraud, Ronald consults regularly with merchants, payment service providers and fraud solution vendors. Before About-Fraud, he spent close to a decade in various payments and fraud prevention roles at Sift Science, Fareportal, Booking.com and Pay.On in both Europe and North America.