Surfing Uncertainty To Confront Terrorism Financing

2018-June-19

by Thomas M. Obermaier, RDC   | June 19, 2018

Detecting and disrupting terrorism financing is the hardest problem confronting FinTech today. Traditional approaches to combat the financing of terrorism have largely focused on disrupting global networks and primarily addressed the raising and transfer of terrorist capital. Times have changed. Decentralization, localization, impetuousness and lethality are the hallmarks today. A premium is now placed on identifying direct uses of funds to direct an attack: a much harder and important mission. This presentation will hopefully spearhead the development of cognitive predictive technology in this area, simultaneously conducting three levels of analysis to identify uses before or as they happen.

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