Claudio Briceño, (Silicon Valley), Vice President Americas LexisNexis® Risk Solutions /

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BIO

He holds BS in Computer Science and a Civil Engineering from Universidad de Chile.He co-founded EXE Engineering adding software to standard engineering consultancy. EXE is currently one of the top IT companies in Chile providing business and engineering solutions. In 1994, he joined Borland Chile where he held sales and marketing positions, including GM in late 1995. In 1997, he was relocated to Borland headquarters in Scotts Valley, California (Silicon Valley). During his years at Borland he also held sales and marketing positions including two product management roles. Claudio also worked at Gupta Software in Redwood Shores, CA, in 2002, but shortly after he decided to join PLT in 2003 for the challenge of selling and marketing hardware & software, motivated by PLT’s culture and the quality of its products. At PLT, he developed new business models resulting in 500% growth in 4 years. In 2007, he received the top sales company recognition, the “Courtney Graham” award and was promoted several times. In 2017, Claudio joined ThreatMetrix – A LexisNexis® Risk Solutions Company, and went back to his software roots in the exciting security SaaS industry. Claudio is currently the VP of professional Services for the Americas, leading a team of consultants who design and implement fraud & identity valued solutions. His team advise customers on how to integrate ThreatMetrix into their customer journey for authentication of digital identities in web and mobile channels. Claudio and his team work closely with sales, engineering and product management to ensure customer success in pre and post sales engagements, that reduce both customer friction and fraud in online channels.

CONFERENCE

Consortiums: How to leverage the largest network of anonymized global intelligence of 1.4 billion digital identities.

LexisNexis® ThreatMetrix allows anonymized intelligence to be shared by all customers contributing to our global digital identity network. In this session, a new level of industry-focused cooperation in the banking sector will be discussed. This new capability facilitates increased trust and confidence in shared data attributes, which also enables customers to consume highly contextualized fraud data beyond their local consumer base and protect themselves proactively against future attacks.