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Graph data visualisation for cyber-security threats analysis

 In this blog post, we will offer an overview on how to deal with Security information and event management/log management (SIEM/LM) data overflow. Let’s see how Linkurious’ advanced graph visualisation solution helps easily identify and investigate cyber-security threats. Switching to a data lake architecture is often a required first step for analysts who wish to use graph […]

Linkurious v1.3: connectors to DataStax Enterprise Graph and Neo4j 3.0

The new release of our graph visualization software Linkurious is now available! Called “Vegan Vulture”, it provides a new data source connector to DataStax Enterprise Graph, add compatibility to Neo4j v3, and enable administrators to manage data sources from the user interface. Linkurious v1.3 is available in two flavors: Starter and Enterprise. Releases always apply […]

Visualizing the graph of French companies with Neo4j

Recently Infogreffe, the organization responsible for keeping track of company information in France, opened access to its data. Anyone can now view key information regarding French companies created in 2014 and 2015. Let’s explore this data with a graph-approach to understand the connections between French companies. Open data about the French companies For years Infogreffe has enjoyed a lucrative monopoly […]

WPO: improved market intelligence with Linkurious

Learn how WPO used Linkurious graph visualization software to help their sales team map the renewable energy market and generate more business. Retaining market intelligence WPO is a leading and independent expert-services platform specialising in technical advisory, site inspections, third-party asset management and insurance brokerage in the renewable energy sector (wind, solar, hydro). WPO interacts with a whole ecosystem consisting […]

Exploring €1.3 trillion in public contracts with graph visualization

The European Union is giving free access to detailed information about public purchasing contracts. That data describes which European institutions are spending money, for what and who benefits from it. We are going to explore the network of public institutions and suppliers and look for interesting patterns with graph visualization. Public spending in Europe is a €1.3 trillion business […]

Exploring the VW scandal with graph analysis

The German car manufacturer admitted cheating emissions tests. Which companies are impacted directly or indirectly by these revelations? James Phare from Data To Value used graph analysis and open source information to unravel the impact of the VW scandal on its customers, partners and shareholders. The VW scandal makes headlines Since September 18 when VW […]