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The Word is (Finally) Getting Out


By Mike Betron, Infoglide Software Director of Marketing Immediately after the Christmas bomber incident in 2009, we highlighted the positive role that broader deployment of (id)entity resolution software could play in preventing terrorist actions. That thought was seconded this week in a piece published by the Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC) entitled “Better data analysis for […]

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Secure Flight Reaches Critical Milestone


By Mike Shultz, Infoglide Software CEO On November 1, the Secure Flight program achieved a key goal as described on the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) web site: Secure Flight, the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) behind-the-scenes watch list matching program, fulfills a key recommendation of the 9/11 Commission by assuming responsibility of watch list matching from […]

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New Record for Healthcare Fraud: $163 Million


By Mike Betron, Infoglide Software Director of Marketing Last night the largest Medicare fraud operation yet discovered was in the headlines: A vast network of Armenian gangsters and their associates used phantom health care clinics and other means to try to cheat Medicare out of $163 million, the largest fraud by one criminal enterprise in […]

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Exposing Fraudulent Networks in Healthcare


By Mike Betron, Infoglide Software Director of Marketing More than half of the $98 million in “improper payments” by the federal government in 2009 were made through Medicare and Medicaid. A recent article in the New England Journal of Medicine points out that “since 1990, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) has designated Medicare as a […]

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Actionable Identity Intelligence from Identity Resolution


By Infoglide Marketing The recent “Christmas Bomber” incident incited many posts about applying technology to address the gaps that allowed it to happen. For example, David Loshin wrote about a piece for BeyeNETWORK about a “master terrorist system” while Lawrence Dubov suggested improving the watch list process using entity resolution. While technology is a critical […]

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Enriching E-discovery Results with Identity Resolution


By Robert Barker, Infoglide Senior VP & Chief Marketing Officer Civil lawsuits often result in discovery orders from the court to produce every shred of possibly relevant internal communication. The need to comprehend patterns across the resulting vast amount of aggregated data is critical. To help organizations respond to these demands, powerful e-discovery software systems […]

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The Real Test of Identity Resolution


By Robert Barker, Infoglide Senior VP & Chief Marketing Officer So the title “Catching Terrorists and Making the World a Safer Place” certainly caught my eye! And the content of the post did not disappoint, as the author Chris Boorman of Informatica did a great job of crystallizing the issue that drove the creation of […]

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Let’s Be Reasonable


By Charles Clendenen, Infoglide Director of Professional Services A recent post, “Terrorist Watchlist, Troubling Flaws Revealed”, starts out by making a valid point. If the terrorist watchlist is flawed, then the name matching results against such a list will be flawed. The author then goes on to reach related conclusions through rationalization rather than reasoning. […]

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Stuck in the Middle


By Robert Barker, Infoglide Senior VP & Chief Marketing Officer Clowns to the left of me, Jokers to the right, Here I am, stuck in the middle with you. -Jerry Rafferty and Joe Egan, Stealers Wheel One reason Identity Resolution Daily began two years ago was to create a venue to address privacy/security controversies. Because […]

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Secure Flight and Identity Resolution


By Mike Shultz, Infoglide Software CEO Most of the time we’re just heads down doing our job of providing identity resolution solutions for our customers. But this is one of those weeks at Infoglide when we appreciate the opportunities we’ve had to make a difference. TSA announced that the Secure Flight Program has begun vetting […]

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