Protect your organization from abuse by empowering your team with the full context around any investigation
Tax evasion, money laundering, employment benefits fraud: sophisticated criminals are targeting government agencies with tactics used to steal money or avoid detection.
With limited resources in terms of budget, people and technology, it’s hard to adapt to new threats.
Increased pressure from decision makers and tax payers to curb financial crime.
Prevent criminal activity from slipping through the cracks
Identify suspicious connections across billions of entities and relationships in real time and plug the holes left by data silos and traditional rule engines
Put a stop to complex schemes such as VAT fraud, money mules or synthetic identities to lower fraud costs and catch criminals
Customize the platform based on the specifics of your context to adapt to new threats
Get to the bottom of your investigations 10X faster
Fraud and compliance teams can make fast and accurate decisions based on a full understanding of the situation
Less time chasing scattered information - work smarter and get the most out of your existing team
Make the most of your existing investments
Add new alerts or advanced visualization options to existing tools (eg case management system) with Linkurious’ modular architecture and APIs
Deploy on premise or in the cloud depending on your company policy
Ensure the security of sensitive data with compatibility with standard authentication services (LDAP, OpenID, SAML2) and support of fine grained access control
Enhance your capabilities instead of replacing everything to limit risks and accelerate results
We're making a difference
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists gathered 350+ journalists throughout the world to investigate the Panama Papers. With the help of Linkurious Enterprise, the journalists were able to shed light on corruption, money laundering, tax evasion and drug trafficking stories.
Discover how the Obsalytics team investigated the main power structures and financial flows in Syria and tried to democratize that information by making it available for the general public.
The Sentry seeks to disable multinational predatory networks that benefit from violent conflict and kleptocracy. To facilitate the data-based portions of their investigations, The Sentry turned to graph visualization.
On-premise or in the cloud, real time or batch, scale to billions of nodes and edges - Linkurious Enterprise has you covered.