Using Decision Intelligence to Combat Smuggling Networks
Cognyte offers its perspective on using decision intelligence to combat smuggling: Smuggling – the illicit movement of goods into or out of a country – is a major challenge for customs administrations and tax authorities alike. Smuggling plays a key role in the cross-border flow of drugs, fake medicine, weapons, and more, and it’s an insidious threat to fair trade, with both immediate and long-lasting implications for local economies and residents.
Using Decision Intelligence to Investigate Money Laundering
The modern global financial system is a money launderer’s dream and a financial investigator’s nightmare. Decision intelligence, digitization and technology can improve outcomes for AML investigations by empowering financial investigators in identifying and prosecuting money laundering networks, shares Rosa van Dam, decision intelligence platform product manager, Cognyte.
Harness Unstructured Data with AI to Improve Investigative Intelligence
In this special guest feature, Jordan Dimitrov, Product Manager, Unstructured Data Analytics, Cognyte, addresses the importance of unstructured data, why AI is an invaluable tool and how to move beyond legacy approaches to data management.
Moving from risk management to decision intelligence: what it means and where to start
Tom Saltsberg, Product Manager at Cognyte, discusses the delicate balance between facilitating legitimate trade and combatting illicit trade. This raises numerous challenges for Customs administrations, and to overcome them, Customs authorities need to work smarter and more efficiently.
Data Fusion and Analytics for Chief Investigators: Survey Report, August 2022
Our friends over at Cognyte have a second survey on data fusion and analytics – this time for chief investigators. In their last survey, the 2022 IT leaders in the Data Fusion/Analytics Domain, the company spoke to CIOs and IT executives about their challenges and investment priorities for data fusion.
Iguazio releases high-speed serverless platform to open source
Iguazio Systems Ltd. has raised $48 million and a lot of interest for its platform-independent approach to data analytics. Now the company is releasing some of the underlying serverless computing technology under an open-source license.
Called nuclio, the platform is claimed to operate at faster-than-bare-metal speed, processing up to 400,000 events per second compared with 2,000 on Amazon Web Services Inc.’s Lambda platform, according to Yaron Haviv, founder and chief technology officer of Iguazio.
Iguazio Re-Architects the Stack for Continuous Analytics
When it comes to modern big data architectures, you will typically find lots of different components, engines, and moving parts, each of which tackles part of the problem. One vendor with bold vision of re-architecting the stack with a more streamlined approach is Iguazio, which is building a singular product based on Flash that delivers continues analytics on big and fast data.