August 21, 2017
The human face of the rise of the machines: interview with Martina King
The Telegraph's James Ashton explores how predicting people’s behaviour patterns is the key to fighting identity fraudsters.
Martina King, CEO, speaks to The Telegraph to explain how Featurespace's real-time, machine learning technology - developed out of Cambridge University - is enabling banks and payments companies to spot and block fraud as it happens.
Featurespace's ARIC platform uses unique Adaptive Behavioural Analytics to build individual, real-time profiles of human behaviour and detect anomalies as they occur. This approach is being used by banks, payments processors and gaming companies to protect their consumers while offering an outstanding customer experience.
The Telegraph explores how this revolutionary technology has been spun-out of Cambridge University and built into a globally successful business, protecting consumers from fraud attacks and showing market leadership in the competitive fraud prevention industry.
Read the full article on The Telegraph.