How to More Effectively Use Social Media to Detect Fraud
Date: Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Time: 2:00 p.m. EDT |11 a.m. PDT
Social media is playing an increasingly key role in uncovering fraud in today’s insurance industry. Many insurers use social media analysts to help track down fraud, but this is often done via manual investigations. This method is difficult to integrate with existing fraud solutions and does not easily prove its value in terms of future fraud detection.
Join this complimentary webcast to learn more effective ways to use social media analytics to detect fraud. You will get a deeper understanding of:
- The state of social media in the insurance industry
- Challenges and insights around integrating social media with fraud detection
- How to navigate privacy concerns
- Potential solutions to increase investigator efficiency and improve cost savings
|Joshua Gillmore, Technical Consultant, BAE Systems
Joshua Gillmore is a technical consultant for BAE Systems with a background in data analysis, working for clients spanning the globe since 2006. This includes a focuse on the use of data, social network analysis, OSINT, and SOCMINT for intelligence purposes. Joshua has provided commentary on the use of social media in Syria and cyber security to The CBC, The Verge, The Atlantic, and CBC radio.
|Dennis Toomey, Global Director, Counter Fraud Analytics and Operations, BAE Systems
Dennis Toomey brings nearly 30 years’ experience as a subject matter expert and trusted advisor on insurance fraud to BAE Systems. This includes industry hands-on experience of investigating and leading large Special Investigation Units (SIUs) coupled with data, analytics, and consulting experience around the world. Toomey offers a diverse skill set of management, planning, and marketing across fraud detection and investigation solutions for the global property, casualty, life, and disability insurance markets.