Learn how Neo4j and KeyLines are allowing users to develop the next generation of fraud detection systems that are based on connected intelligence. This new generation of fraud detection systems allows networks of fraudsters to be easily visualized and presented, enabling users to quickly identify and link individuals to groups based on their role in a network and behavior patterns.
Rik Van Bruggen, Regional Territory Manager, Neo Technology
Rik Van Bruggen is the regional territory manager for Neo Technology for the BeNeLux, UK, and Nordics. He has been working for startup companies for most of his career, and while he has a fond technical interest, really is passionate about business - and about Belgian Beer.
Joe Parry, Founder and CEO, Cambridge Intelligence
Joe has fifteen years experience of visualising networks within law enforcement and national security. Following a successful career at i2, where he was a technical lead on the Analyst's Notebook team, Joe formed Cambridge Intelligence two years ago with the aim of producing a new generation of network analysis tools. The first of these, KeyLines, was an immediate success. It now has deployments in five countries, including here in the UK - next month it will be used for live visualisations of the UK's national fraud database.
Chris Taggart, Co-Founder and CEO, OpenCorporates
Chris Taggart is the co-founder and CEO of OpenCorporates, the largest open database of companies in the world with over 50 million companies in over 70 jurisdictions, and is also playing a leading role in many global initiatives to improve access to and quality of information, including the Financial Stability Board's Global LEI system, several EU initiatives, and multiple ones with the World Bank.
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