Find out what happened when Worldwide Business with Kathy Ireland met up with ThetaRay CEO Mark Gazit and EVP Financial Services Solutions Jim Heinzman.
Go behind the scenes and hear from ThetaRay co-founders Professors Averbuch & Coifman to learn more about the technology powering the market’s leading big data analytics solutions.
ThetaRay’s Asset Protection platform pinpoints anomalous activity in real time –
before it can create bottlenecks, endanger employees, disappoint customers, or damage your bottom line.
ThetaRay’s Financial Crime platform immediately detects suspicious behavior anywhere in your enterprise – before it can disrupt operations, balloon costs, or damage your brand reputation
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Singapore’s OCBC Bank has seen a 35% reduction in the number of alerts while the accuracy rates of identifying suspicious transactions increased by more than four times after it started testing ThetaRay’s AI-based AML software.
ThetaRay CEO Mark Gazit is interviewed by Tech Republic’s Dan Patterson. Listen to Mark explain how cyber criminals are leveraging a new wave of technologies in order to attack financial institutions.
ThetaRay CEO Mark Gazit tells U.S. News and World Report how to avoid financial scams that are making the rounds on social media and discusses how bad guys are using AI to mastermind their fraud schemes.
ThetaRay AML and Financial Crime experts will be showcasing our AI solutions at Booth 514. Schedule a demo now and find out how your AML program can benefit from Artificial Intelligence and Unsupervised Machine Learning technology. Our experts can show you how to detect financial crime that other systems cannot find – with AI and Unsupervised Machine Learning.
In the wake of the recent arrest of the mastermind behind the Carbanak/Cobalt scheme by Europol, it is important for banks to understand how sophisticated ATM attacks work and what to expect. How are these attacks different from existing skimming or malware fraud schemes? What are the dangers of jackpotting? And finally, what can financial institutions do to detect, stop, and prevent future ATM threats?