Financial Services firms are having difficulty with traditional fraud prevention measures that focus on discrete data points such as specific accounts, individuals, devices or IP addresses. However, today’s sophisticated fraudsters escape detection by using sophisticated techniques like card testing, masquerading as a legitimate merchant, skimming cards at vulnerable merchants, forming fraud rings comprised of stolen and synthetic identities, etc.
To uncover such fraud rings, it is essential to look beyond individual data points to the connections that link them. Big Data Platforms and Data Science teams have been deployed to get rid of this menace but it takes weeks and months to uncover these patterns leading to high risk levels and inability to catch the fraudsters before they move on.
Join this webinar to find out why enterprise organizations use Neo4j to augment their existing fraud detection capabilities to combat a variety of financial crimes – and doing so in real-time.Alessandro Svensson, Head of Neo4j Solutions Lab, Neo4j
Alessandro has always been very passionate about the combination of technology and UX and he began his career as a web designer in parallel with Business School studies at Stockholm University. After graduating he has been working in the media industry (for about a decade), holding various positions like Head of UX, Business Development and Product Ownership. His latest appointment was as Head of Innovation at Schibsted Media Group (Blocket, Aftonbladet, Omni, SvD etc).
Navneet Mathur, Global Solutions, Neo4j
Nav Mathur is Senior Director Global Solutions at Neo. He is responsible for solutions development and Go To Market activities for Solutions.
Nav is seasoned in business development and brings over 20+ years of experience in consulting focused on Strategy, Planning and Transformational Business & IT Solutions.
Previously, Nav was at Wipro heading sales for the Enterprise Architecture practice across North America. He was also in a similar role at TCS previously. Nav also had a long stint at Cambridge Technology Partners starting as a developer and eventually leading the North America Architecture Practice.