New video from PBS NEWSHOUR highlighting how:
“Employers enrolled in federal and state “Rap Back” programs receive ongoing, real-time updates about their employees even after they are hired. They can keep tabs on things like encounters with law enforcement, even if those actions do not result in arrests, according to a report by The Intercept by Ava Kofman. Kofman joins Hari Sreenivasan with more details.”
Video duration: 5:57
Link to the video: http://www.pbs.org/video/2365949861/
FCPA Compliance & Translation Considerations
Join us on this episode of FraudCast as we discuss this with Jay Rosen, VP of Legal & Corporate Language Solutions at Merrill Brink International, a United Language Group company. We answer questions such as: Where do translation services fit into the non-English language investigation protocol? How do most organizations attempt to deal with non-English language data? How should a global organization with potential risk exposure go about finding and vetting a qualified Language Solutions Provider (LSP)? And much more.
YouTube link: https://youtu.be/-HsfrDixGZ8
Blockchain Technology for Compliance and Managing Risk (Part 2)
Join us on this episode of FraudCast as we discuss blockchain technology for compliance and managing risk with Ian Worrall, CEO of Encrypted Labs. We answer questions such as: How did you get started? How do you address people being skeptical about robots? Regulatory concerns? Private and/or government? And much more.
YouTube link: https://youtu.be/Uw4gsd4z-pQ
Blockchain Technology for Compliance and Managing Risk
Join us on this episode of FraudCast as we discuss blockchain technology for compliance and managing risk with Ian Worrall, CEO of Encrypted Labs. We answer questions such as: What is Blockchain Technology? How can it be used to reduce systemic Fraud? What is the competitive advantage of BigchainDB? And much more.
YouTube link: https://youtu.be/8m9RblWfORM
We have the pleasure to invite you to our webinar: Using Big Data and Predictive Analytics in Fraud Prevention. This free webinar will take place on Thursday, 14th of April 2016, 10am CEST.
Considering the challenges of regulatory compliance by financial institutions, using Big Data is hardly optional today. However, do you know what to do with the “Big” Data you have?
Many Big Data innovation projects have failed in the past as the complexity to extract and normalize data was underestimated. Without a well-thought model, the data is meaningless.
Register for this webinar to learn first-hand from the Big Data and analytics expert Jérôme Kehrli:
Jérôme Kehrli, Head of R&D at NetGuardians
- The roadmap check-list: How to implement a Big Data driven fraud prevention strategy and maximize its power.
- The latest fraud use cases that Big Data addresses.
- Advanced predictive analytics technologies to detect the most complex fraud patterns.
30 minutes presentation + 15 minutes Q&A session
What: Webinar – Using Big Data and Predictive Analytics in Fraud Prevention
When: Thursday, 14 April 2016, 10am CEST
How to attend? Register above and you will receive an email with a link to join the webinar.
Original link: http://www.netguardians.ch/news/2016/3/3/webinar-using-big-data-and-predictive-analytics-in-fraud-prevention