Linkurious is founded in 2013 by Sébastien Heymann, David Rapin, and Jean Villedieu. After co-creating Gephi, a graph visualization platform for data scientists that was downloaded more than 1 million times since it debuted in 2008, our CEO Sébastien decides to bring the power of graph analysis to more organizations.
The first version of Linkurious Enterprise is released and finds success with early customers such as Zurich Insurance and NASA. Anti-money laundering, cybersecurity, fraud detection, criminal network detection: the people solving these real-world problems are all struggling to use large connected datasets to identify and stop these threats.
The biggest leak in the history of inside information is made public. The Panama Papers story started early 2015 when the International Consortium of Investigative Journalism (ICIJ) first contacted Linkurious. One year later, 360 journalists of the ICIJ used Linkurious Enterprise to investigate the biggest data leak in history, the Panama Papers, resulting in worldwide coverage and the Pulitzer Prize.Download our press kit
Linkurious announces that it’s doubling down on graph intelligence. The company focuses 100% on supercharging the teams investigating threats hidden in large and complex datasets.
In 6 years, we multiplied by five the number of clients and we now work with more than 60 organizations in 15 countries, including the French Ministry of Economy and Finance, Bank of Montreal or Payoneer.
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