George Tubin is Vice President at the identity verification and fraud prevention company, Socure, and he is a recognized expert in online and mobile banking and payments security and cyber-fraud prevention. He was previously a senior research director with the leading financial services research firm CEB TowerGroup (acquired by Gartner, Inc.) where he delivered thought leadership and insights to leading financial services institutions, technology providers, and consultancies on business strategies, technologies, and market trends in retail, Internet and mobile banking, and fraud management.
George has held several positions at BayBank, BankBoston, and Fleet (now Bank of America), including director of e-commerce planning and development and vice president of planning and analysis for the consumer and small business banking divisions. He has also been a senior security strategist for financial services at IBM Trusteer and ThreatMetrix.
George has appeared in print, radio and televised media, including The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, CIO Magazine, American Banker, CNN Money Online, Bank Systems and Technology, USA Today, NPR Nightly Business Report, and Associate Press Television News syndication. In addition, George has been a chair and featured speaker at dozens of major industry conferences and webcasts, and has authored dozens of research notes and articles for numerous media outlets.
George received an MBA from Babson College and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial engineering and operations research from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
The opinions expressed in this blog are those of George Tubin and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.
Digital transformation of financial transactions combined with advances in fraud techniques are making these traditional approaches obsolete, as well as a barrier to online commerce.