Visualizing Fraud with Graphs

Thursday October 24 16:00-19:30 CEST

Come join us for an evening of visualizing fraud with graphs.

Learn how Neo4j and KeyLines are allowing users to develop the next generation of fraud detection systems that are based on connected intelligence. This new generation of fraud detection systems allows networks of fraudsters to be easily visualized and presented, enabling users to quickly identify and link individuals to groups based on their role in a network and behavior patterns.

The event will be held at Pakhuis De Zwijger. Snacks and drinks will be provided.


16h00 - 16h30    Welcome Drinks

16h30 - 16h45    Introductions and Agenda

16h45 - 17h15    Graph Database Concepts and Overview

17h15 - 17h45    Graph Visualization Technologies in Fraud Detection and Analysis

17h45 - 18h00    Case study: KvK

18h00 - 18h15    Questions and Answers, Conclusion

18h15 - 19h30    Networking Reception (Snacks and Drinks)


Rik Van Bruggen, Regional Territory Manager, Neo Technology

Rik Van BruggenRik Van Bruggen is the regional territory manager for Neo Technology for the BeNeLux, UK, and Nordics. He has been working for startup companies for most of his career, and while he has a fond technical interest, really is passionate about business - and about Belgian Beer.

Joe Parry, Founder and CEO, Cambridge Intelligence

Joe ParryJoe has fifteen years experience of visualising networks within law enforcement and national security. Following a successful career at i2, where he was a technical lead on the Analyst's Notebook team, Joe formed Cambridge Intelligence two years ago with the aim of producing a new generation of network analysis tools.  The first of these, KeyLines, was an immediate success. It now has deployments in five countries, including here in the UK - next month it will be used for live visualisations of the UK's national fraud database.

Ron van Weverwijk, Software Developer, Xebia

Ron van WeverwijkRon van Weverwijk is an experienced software developer at Xebia. He has years of experience developing both back-end and front-end applications.

For the last few years he has been building applications for exploring and visualizing complex networked data using Neo4J and he has become an expert Neo4j developer and community member. Ron has given several Neo4j trainings and he has spoken about Neo4j at a number of recent conferences.


Pakhuis De Zwijger, 179 Piet Heinkade, 1019 HC Amsterdam

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