Financial Crime: The Rise of Multi-Channel AttacksSplunk's Duncan Ash and Julio Gomez on the Role of Data and Analytics to Bolster Defenses
Banking institutions are seeing a significant spike in multi-channel financial crimes. But Duncan Ash and Julio Gomez of Splunk say data and analytics can be key differentiators in the effort to protect sensitive financial data.
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In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, they discuss:
- Financial crime trends and how they've evolved in 2020;
- The manifestation of multi-channel attacks;
- How to stand up a holistic financial crime monitoring and defense solution.
Ash has been working at the intersection between the financial and technology industries for the last 20+ years. He is passionate about getting into the detail of the problems that the industry is trying to solve, and building technology solutions to those problems. Challenges have ranged from helping wealth managers build portfolios to helping insurers fight fraud. At Splunk, he is working on expanding the range of solutions that people in the financial industry can achieve using our expanding range of products. He lives in London with his wife, two daughters and a cat.
Gomez is Financial Services Lead, the Americas for Splunk, the financial services industry's premier platform for bringing Data to Everything. A builder of businesses and brands, he is widely known as the founder and CEO of Gomez, Inc., the de facto standard for measuring Internet services quality, which has evolved into what is now APM industry leader Dynatrace. He is a frequent keynote speaker on market trends and strategic initiatives and is a trusted advisor to global leaders in business and technology. Institutional Investor named him one of Wall Street's "50 Most Influential People," and Time Magazine listed him among the "Fifty Most Important People Shaping Technology."