Call records are a great source of information on real-life networks, but finding insights from intricate datasets can be hard. In this blog post, we show how to use graph technology to analyze call records and identify potential criminals. We wrote this article with the assistance of Ashley Englefield, a Detective in California and an […]
We are happy to share that a new beta release of Linkurious Enterprise is available. This new version ships with the second iteration of the Query Template that lets you turn repetitive investigation workflows into simple forms or buttons. We redesigned the query panel to improve the investigation experience. This release also brings support for […]
Data lineage is about tracking the flow of information. It is necessary to guarantee the quality, usability and security of your data. For large organizations, it is also a key conformity requirement. Unfortunately, many organizations are missing this ability to connect the data together because of regulatory constraints, complex technology and scattered data. Webinar: […]
Our team is attending three important events in May and June: • VivaTech in Paris from May 16 to 18 • ISS World in Prague from May 28 to 30 • ACFE Fraud conference in Austin from June 23 to 30 Are you around? Linkurious’ team members will be happy to meet with you to […]
In this Meet the team series we introduce the different members of Linkurious’ team. Today it’s time to discover Thibault, who has been working in the Product team as a Product Owner since July 2018. Prior to joining Linkurious, Thibault worked as lead QA at Wynd.
This post is part of a series of 3 articles about the GraphTech ecosystem. This article is the third and last part. It presents the ecosystem of graph visualization software, applications and libraries. The first part is about the landscape of graph databases and the second part covers the graph analytics ecosystem.