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Organizations can now monitor and analyze email traffic in near real-time to quickly identify risks and suspicious behavior that could present regulatory or reputational risks.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Digital Reasoning, the company that enables automated understanding of human communication, announced the General Availability of Synthesys® v3.7, the latest release of their patented machine learning platform. As a result, organizations can now monitor and analyze email traffic in near real-time to quickly identify risks and suspicious behavior that could present regulatory or reputational risks.
“Big data analytics in fraud and security is fast becoming a big business and ‘must have’ technology for organizations that generate massive amounts of data and, at the same time, need to understand offenses and infractions against their enterprise that don't necessarily show up in security and fraud monitoring systems,” noted Avivah Litan, vice president and distinguished analyst at Gartner*. “Big data analytics allows an organization to organize and analyze vast amounts of structured and unstructured information to facilitate the detection of rogue employees, partners, or criminal or collusive rings of fraudulent or abusive activity.”
Synthesys is an advanced Machine Learning platform built to analyze human-generated data and transform it into a rich knowledge base. Synthesys is designed to take advantage of distributed computation technologies such as Apache Hadoop and Storm; and provides distributed data storage and retrieval on multiple technologies such as Cassandra, HBase, or Accumulo. With the release of Synthesys v3.7 the following enhancements are immediately available to customers:
“Synthesys v3.7 provides breakthrough analytics for organizations who are struggling to meet their oversight requirements for electronic communications,” said Bill DiPietro, vice president product management at Digital Reasoning. “We are transforming the way compliance teams can connect the dots and identify risks by helping them understand what people are talking about, to whom and why in real-time.”
- For a free copy of the latest copy of the Synthesys Technology Overview go to http://www.digitalreasoning.com/learn-more
About Digital Reasoning
Digital Reasoning enables the automated understanding of human communication. Digital Reasoning’s award-winning machine learning platform, Synthesys, identifies threats, risks and opportunities by transforming information into a private Knowledge Graph. Digital Reasoning is headquartered outside of Nashville, Tennessee, with offices in Washington, D.C., and New York. For more information go to www.digitalreasoning.com.