Capco: Why rogue traders should be afraid of big 'bad' data

Rogue traders continue to cause catastrophic damages to banks. It’s no great surprise then that the incentive for banks to detect – and prevent – such illegal activities is extremely high. Inevitably this task is complicated by the complexity of the trading ecosystem and inventiveness of fraudulent individuals. However, recent methodologies and technologies – big data, data analytics and data science in general – provide exactly the tools needed to track, predict and prevent anomalous behavior

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