Altair Data Analytics and Financial Fraud Protection - Live Webinar

When:  Aug 5, 2020 from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM (ET)

Altair Data Analytics and Financial Fraud Protection

Live Webinar - Wednesday, August 5th I 10:30 a.m. EDT (New York)/3:30 p.m. BST (London)

Make better informed evidence-based decisions

Combating fraud requires technologies and business processes that are flexible in their construct, can be understood by all who are involved in fraud prevention and are agile enough to adapt to new attacks without needing to be rebuilt from scratch. Data from all business units and functional silos must be included to create a holistic view of the success of fraud operations. The insight found in classical auditing techniques and predictive machine learning models, combined with the expertise of fraud analysts can foster an evidenced-based methodology to quickly respond to new financial crimes.

Join our experts as we discuss:

  • Various data transformation models that focus on fraud detection (ie. Digit tests, Relative Size Factor test, and others)
  • Automation of data workflows to capture anomalous behavior in the background
  • Creation of flexible, understandable and agile business rules using machine learning
  • Machine learning capabilities for fast visual anomaly detection
Register now for our upcoming webinar to learn how you can leverage data analytics to catch fraud faster and reduce financial losses. 


Julian Jerzerick
Julian Jerzerick
Solutions Specialist
Julian Jerzerick has been with Altair for over 2 years and works as a Solutions Specialist, developing custom workflows primarily with the self-service data preparation tool, Monarch. With an undergrad in Computer Engineering and pursuing a graduate degree in Business Analytics and Data Science, he has been working to expand the use-cases developed for Monarch into the finance and operations areas.
Alyson Kelley
Alyson Kelley
Senior Solutions Specialist
Alyson Kelley has been with Altair for more than a year and is a Senior Solutions Specialist. Her main focus is on Altair’s predictive data analytics solution Knowledge Studio and supports customers understanding the machine learning capabilities. Alyson graduated with a degree in Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Guelph and completed a post grad diploma in Actuarial Science at the University of Waterloo in Canada. She has worked in big data for financial institutions in Canada and Ireland. Realizing her skills in big data could be transferred to many industries outside finance, she has also worked in marketing effectiveness consulting and consumer packaged goods analytics across multiple industries.

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