Rik Van Bruggen of Neo4J on How Graph Technology Can Improve Fraud Detection
Cross-channel fraud is a growing problem for banking institutions. But Rik Van Bruggen of Neo4J says that the use of graph technology can go far to help spot and respond to connected fraud patterns.
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In an interview at Information Security Media Group’s recent 2017 London Fraud and Breach Prevention Summit, Van Bruggen discusses:
- The need for connected analysis;
- The potential power of graph technology;
- How specific organizations today are deploying these controls.
Currently serving as regional vice president, Rik Van Bruggen has been working at the graph database company Neo4j for the past five years. Drawing on his prior experience at Courion Corp. and Imprivata, Van Bruggen’s passion for technology has led him to run the Graphistania podcast, which focuses on the importance of relational data to technical problem resolution.