Tuesday, June 19 | 10:15-11:30 AM
Recommended Prerequisite: None
Field of Study: Auditing
Fraud remains a top issue for every person in the country. Federal, state and local governments work hand-in-hand with law enforcement agencies to identify, mitigate and investigate fraud. Data analytics can serve as an important tool in helping these groups improve the effectiveness of their fraud programs. These organizations, though, currently work with an incomplete picture. Some lack data scientist resources to properly analyze the data available to them, while others lack holistic or complete data, adding noise to the analytics process. This session will explore how to extract information using analytics for fraud investigations. It will show how advanced analytics can fill in gaps, how the final product should be consumed, and how investigators can explain their findings or patterns. This session will also show how groups can collaborate to use advanced analytics to tell a story with the data.
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Solution Architect, Security Intelligence Global Practice, SAS
Jen Dunham focuses on providing subject matter expertise and assistance to government teams globally in addressing various security risks, focusing on insider threat targeting, analytics lead generation, cybercrime, all-source (fusion) analysis and similar applications of SAS Security Intelligence. As a Certified Fraud Examiner, she also assists government teams with traditional fraud challenges, such as procurement and occupational fraud.
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