Using Big Data Analytics to Fight Identity Fraud

All things Identity Fraud

What is Identity Fraud? How does it occur?


We all know about Identity Theft, but do you know about Identity Manipulation? Synthetic Identities? What are the different modes of Identity Fraud?


In this presentation we will talk about all things Identity Fraud – what it is, how it occurs, where it is happening, and how we are using big data analytics to protect both businesses and consumers from this continually rising threat. In these days of constant data breaches how is our information sometimes used to harm us. 

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  • Sheree Wen

    Chair, IEEE Seattle section The Computer Society Chapter.  Region 6 Government Relations

  • Co-sponsored by IEEE Seattle section Computer Society and Signal Processing society


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  • Starts 03 October 2017 12:00 PM
  • Ends 10 October 2017 11:00 PM
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Dr. Steve Coggeshall

Dr. Steve Coggeshall


Topic: Using Big Data Analytics to Fight Identity Fraud


October 10th 2017,


6pm -7pm  Presentation by Dr. Steve Coggeshall


7pm to 8:30pm  IEEE Seattle section EXCOM meeting


IEEE Seattle Signal Processing Chapter and Computer Society Chapter co sponsor this event.

Host; Dr. Sheree Wen, Chair of The IEEE Seattle, Computer Society Chapter, Chair of Region 6 Government relations.


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