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The future of investigations: Derailing fraud before it happens

Published on: May 24, 2018

Technology advances and machine learning are enabling new waves of innovation for companies investigating suspicious activity and proactively addressing financial crime. How can these technologies, integrated with deep forensic subject matter knowledge, help organizations proactively identify and prevent attacks? We'll discuss:

  • Recent developments in forensic investigations, including common pain points and industry advances.
  • Components of an advanced cognitive analytics-driven approach, integrated with forensic experience, for effective fraud risk management.
  • Practical implementation considerations for starting small and building up to continuous monitoring and predictive analytics.

Participants will learn how pairing experienced investigators' knowledge of fraud schemes with data scientists and enabling them with advanced technology can take fraud-fighting to a new level.

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