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Best Practices Just Got Better


By Douglas Wood, Infoglide Senior Vice President On the heels of the very successful Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) conference last month comes an industry event which represents investigators of financial crimes and fraud.  The International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators (IAFCI) meets in Washington, DC next week with an agenda that is chock […]

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The Talk of the ACFE Conference


By Douglas Wood, Infoglide Senior VP The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) held its annual conference and exhibition in Washington, DC this week.  Through the keynote address and the plethora of wonderful speakers, one message became loud and clear – fraudsters are becoming more and more creative in finding ways to circumvent your policies. […]

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What’s the Data Quality Business Message?


By Robert Barker, Infoglide Senior VP & Chief Marketing Officer What’s it going to take to move the data quality space forward in the future? That’s the question recently addressed by Ted Friedman of Gartner as reported in an article in He suggests that the real answer may be messaging. “Vendors have done a […]

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TDWI Interview: Identity Resolution Reveals


This post is based on a March 31 interview with Infoglide Senior Vice President Douglas Wood by Linda L. Briggs for TDWI (The Data Warehousing Institute), March 31, 2009. Click here to read the entire interview. In a comprehensive discussion, Doug Wood of Infoglide Software spoke about an area of confusion that exists when people […]

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The Human Element in Identity Resolution


By Robert Barker, Infoglide Senior VP and Chief Marketing Officer We’ve written quite a few posts here on the subject of identity resolution’s application to a broad range of problems that include terrorism, insurance fraud, crime, lottery fraud, sexual predators, workers comp employer fraud, and retail returns fraud. What we haven’t discussed very much is […]

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Identity Resolution: Taking Off in 2009?


By Robert Barker, Infoglide Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer On February 2nd, the Wall Street Journal ran an article about IBM’s application of its identity resolution technology in government organizations, noting they expect it to generate $1 billion in the next four years. Just 18 months ago, Gartner initially identified entity resolution and […]

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Detecting Lottery Fraud Requires Special Expertise and Technology


With each new revelation of lottery fraud, the urgency of preventing further occurrences intensifies. It’s now a top line issue for lottery commissions because it threatens to significantly decrease revenue. The danger is that the number of consumers feeling at risk about being paid on a winning ticket could reach a tipping point. An affected […]

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Now Go Do the Right Thing


By the Infoglide Team Have the courage to say no. Have the courage to face the truth. Do the right thing because it is right. These are the magic keys to living your life with integrity.                                                  – W. Clement Stone We recently shared a link to an article describing how trucking companies in California illegally […]

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Sexual Predators: Can Technology Be Turned Against Them?


By Robert Barker, Infoglide Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer At the recent International Conference on Cybercrime Forensics Education and Training in Canterbury UK, international experts discussed the challenges involved in keeping up with increasingly sophisticated criminals who target children on the internet. They covered a wide array of subjects that illustrated the complex […]

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Partners in Crime Fighting


eBay and other online auction services have taken some heat from retailers and Congress because organized retail crime rings and other shoplifters are using these types of services for e-fencing. It’s a bit of a dilemma for these sites because if they do the right thing, and reduce e-fencing on their sites, they lose revenue, […]

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