By Deepak Rangarao of IBM Analytics/Ecosystem, published October 22, 2018 This is our first guest blog on Senzing.com. Identity fraud isn’t a new topic. It costs government agencies/businesses a lot of money. As shown above, it is important to look proactively for scenarios where one person is pretending to be different people to benefit from ...
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David Becker, Executive Director of the Center for Election Innovation and Research, and Jeff Jonas, founder of Senzing, at their keynote panel: ‘Privacy. Security. Risk.’ for the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) on October 18, 2018 in Austin, TX.
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As artificial intelligence makes strides in government, it could be helpful to see for yourself what the tech can do. By John Breeden II of Nextgov, published October 17, 2018 This is the latest article from the source of federal technology and cybersecurity news and best practices. While the Senzing program, which was spun off ...
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By Jeff Jonas, published October 9, 2018 Backstory on how I came upon the name Senzing: initially I thought the perfect company name would be “Sensemaking.” Our specialty, Entity Resolution, is a critical component in helping organizations make sense of the world. To my dismay, sensemaking.com was already owned.  I attempted to buy this domain, ...
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By Jeff Jonas, published October 1, 2018 By “federated search” I mean individually searching each system in an attempt to locate records meeting certain criteria, e.g., records about “Liz Reston.” Federated search is like going to the library for a specific book and, instead of searching for its location in the index, looking for the ...
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Used to combat fraud or uncover accidental data duplication, Senzing is a powerful yet lightweight tool with an artificial intelligence that is actually extremely smart. By John Breeden II of CSO Online, published October 1, 2018 This is a review from a website offering the latest information and best practices about data protection. Senzing has ...
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First Real-Time AI for Entity Resolution More Accessible to Public Sector By Kristine Masopust of Senzing, published September 12, 2018 Below is a quote from the Senzing press release. [Senzing] and Carahsoft Technology Corp., The Trusted Government IT Solutions ProviderTM, today announced a strategic partnership. Under the agreement, Carahsoft will serve as Senzing’s master government reseller ...
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By Jeff Jonas, published September 10, 2018 When it comes to fraud and other criminal acts, many organizations are barely catching the idiots, let alone the really bad guys. The idiots are not so important, since they’re likely to run out of gas on the way to the operation or take a wet match to ...
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By Jeff Jonas, published August 1, 2018 Two years after the 9/11 attacks, I found myself meeting with a three-letter agency’s counter-terrorism analyst. Mid-conversation a question popped into my head: “What do you wish you could do with technology, if you could make it do anything?” She replied: “Get answers to questions faster.” I thought ...
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By Kyle Wiggers of VentureBeat, published June 20, 2018 This is the latest article from the leading source for latest technology news. They give context to help executives, entrepreneurs, & tech enthusiasts make smart decisions. Senzing’s core product is an AI-powered Mac and Windows app for entity resolution (ER), the process that determines the relationships ...
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By Mike Wheatley of SiliconANGLE, published June 20, 2018 This is the latest article from the voice of enterprise and emerging tech. “Clever bad actors do not use their correct name, address or phone number on every transaction — only idiots would do that,” Jonas told SiliconANGLE. Instead, smart hackers employ a method called channel ...
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PHOTOGRAPH BY MARK THIESSEN, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PUBLISHED MAY 6, 2014  By Cathy Newman in National Geographic Jeff Jonas was 14 years old when he saw his first computer. It would not be an overstatement to label the experience profound, and completely accurate to call it a revelation. The scriptural resonance of the word "revelation" is not inappropriate; ...
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