30th November, London – Synalogik, a leading provider of data aggregation, automation and risk identification solutions for compliance, fraud, vetting and tracing investigations, announced they are exhibiting at Fintech Connect, D12, and will be providing more information on the key new datasets they have available for financial institutions, as well as updates to their platform.
Synalogik, the developers of Scout®, an award-winning data aggregation and automation platform unique in its ability to aggregate data across open-source, third party and internal data, recently announced they were now providing their own datasets. Synalogik said they had been working on providing their own data for a while, but they wanted to ensure they had created packages that better met the needs of the financial services industry and modern investigation needs. For example, they have unique lists of disposable phone numbers and emails, giving organisations the opportunity to fight false accounts and account takeovers like never before. In addition to the datasets mentioned above, Synalogik will have enhanced and premium PII data; global commercial data; PEPs and Sanctions; credit application; credit address links; CCJ and bankruptcy; land registry; and compromise checker, among others.
Synalogik said the vision for Scout® is still data agnostic, integrating open source, internal and third party datasets; however, by adding their own data, it now offered greater choice, faster search performance, and the ability to get up and running with Scout® quicker and more easily.
Our mission is to make all decisions intelligent by enabling organisations to more effectively access, aggregate and analyse data; providing critical insight in order to make the right decision. Our platform Scout® is currently deployed across insurance, banking, crypto, gaming, retail, legal and accountancy, delivering significant ROI gains for fraud detection, compliance, intelligence and investigation teams. Our current customers include Hastings Direct, Entain Plc, Betway, Buzz Bingo, The NatWest Group, AIG, Marble Arch insurance and The Insolvency Service.