Palestra: Billions and billions: using large-scale graph databases to detect financial fraud in real time


Dia da semana:

2:40pm - 3:30pm

Apresentação em Inglês

Finance institutions are well ahead of the curve in terms of data. But like any large enterprise, they’ve ended up with a bunch of siloed systems and invested heavily in technology which doesn’t necessarily allow them to see the whole joined-up picture.

The people who build financial products are creating highly sophisticated entities, and being able to understand their relationships is key. Disconnected data technology doesn’t give you the ability to join the dots. And fraudsters are going to exploit that.

In this talk we'll discuss some specific use cases where financial services have used graph technology and the insights you get from connecting the facts together in order to solve some billion-scale problems.

To demonstrate the power of connected data, we'll explore use cases using the Neo4j graph database and the Cypher query language (now an open standard). We'll show how performant and powerful graphs can be, and how the fraudsters need to beware.