TIFFANY MCLEE is a Fraud Threat Intelligence Manager for Ally Financial. In her role, Tiffany is responsible for identifying how fraud is perpetrated and/or attempted across Ally's core businesses and leading cross-functional teams to a consensus on mitigation options and action plans. Previously, Tiffany was a Team Lead for the Cyber Financial (CyFin) Program at the National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA) where she was responsible for day-to-day tactical operations of the CyFin program and developing intelligence on cyber threats impacting the financial services industry. Tiffany's additional work experience includes roles as a Senior Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Investigator at PNC Bank, where she was responsible for performing analysis and investigation of complex financial transactions to identify potential money laundering and terrorist financing, and as an Intelligence Analyst for the U.S. Department of Justice where she was responsible for conducting trend analysis on drug trafficking patterns along the Southwest Border. Tiffany is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Pittsburgh and the University of New Haven where she teaches courses in cybercrime and money laundering.
Tiffany earned a Bachelor of Arts in Administration of Justice and a Master of Public & International Affairs in Security and Intelligence from the University of Pittsburgh. She also is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS).
Panel Abstract: How Banks Combat Business Email Compromise (BEC) Schemes
This roundtable discussion will explore the role of banks in responding to and working to prevent business email compromise (BEC) schemes – a widespread type of cybercrime that tricks victims into misdirecting large payments, often using fraudulent emails. The speakers will address not only the process of freezing and recovering funds stolen through a BEC scheme but also their role in efforts to prevent fraudulently misdirected payments and to combat specific BEC threats.