06 August 2018

Featurespace’s Queen’s Award honours legacy of co-founder - Cambridge Independent

Fraud detection pioneer Featurespace has received its Queen’s Award.

The Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, Julie Spence, presented the award to CEO Martina King at the company’s Cambridge headquarter’s at the Hauser Forum.

“Protecting our customers from fraud attack is incredibly rewarding work,” said Martina. “Receiving the Queen’s Award for Enterprise is recognition of our achievements and a testament to the intelligence, hard work and dedication of our team and customers.

“To be recognised in the Innovation category speaks to the quality of our invention. We were the first company to apply machine learning and anomaly detection to differentiate between good and bad events, in real time, for fraud detection and prevention. Our invention is Adaptive Behavioural Analytics, which is delivered on our ARIC platform."

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