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The power of GOST vs. traditional search engines.

Over the years, traditional search engines like Google and Bing have transformed the way risk and compliance professionals perform screening, monitoring, and investigations of customer, correspondent, and vendor populations by opening the internet to the public. However, there are four primary reasons that traditional search engines remain imperfect tools for large-scale screening and vetting

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Beyond Google

Social media is being used by well-resourced foreign actors to spread political disinformation globally. Since 2014, there have been at least 60 distinct campaigns targeting more than 30 different countries. Over 70 percent of these campaigns have been conducted by Russia, with the United States as a frequent target. On April 20, 2020, the United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence released its Report on Russian Active Measures Campaigns and Interference in the 2016 U.S. Election, in which it demonstrates a coherent basis to conclude that Russia interfered.

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GOST for Elections Security

How can we meet the dual goals of speed and fraud risk mitigation? How do financial institutions get money out fast, while responsibly completing due diligence? How do we mirror the success of the ARRA disbursement, while avoiding a Katrina-esque failure?

Technology can enable the necessary transitions from reactive response to proactive prevention. The United States has institutions that deal with fraud, but they are mostly reactive and deterrence-based. Leveraging advanced technology will get money to those who deserve it faster, while preventing criminals from exploiting this tragedy.

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Understanding the New Violent Extremist

So far, 2022 has been the deadliest year for mass shootings
in the recorded history of the United States [1]. The recent
tragedies in Buffalo, New York; Uvalde, Texas; and Highland
Park, Illinois are just the latest examples in a growing
trend of these attacks being perpetrated by young men.
In these three cases, the alleged attackers were all male
and between the ages of 18 and 22. At this point, it may feel
expected that perpetrators of mass violence come from this
age bracket, but this is in fact a recent development.

Prior to 2000, the majority of mass casualty events tended
to be carried out by middle-aged men, not those in their
teens and early 20s. The youthful trend of these attacks is
important for a variety of reasons – one of which is the role
the internet is playing in the radicalization of young people
and the subsequent documentation of their attacks.

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FiveCast_GiantOak Understanding the New Violent Extremist

There is a new model for the AML/CFT system that provides a more effective and efficient means to prevent illicit finance and manage compliance risk. This model moves beyond traditional rules-based monitoring and toward one that facilitates information sharing among various authorities and institutions across the globe; enables collective learning on complex threats; distributes and shares risk; and simultaneously safeguard customer privacy and data.

It is called Federated Learning, and it is brought to you by Consilient.

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Federated Learning through Revolutionary Technology

Whether it comes to pricing and extending credit, predicting fluctuations in the market, or protecting against operational breakdowns or abuse by illicit actors, financial institutions are in the business of managing risk. But in each of these domains, a bank’s risk management decisions are only as good as the information and analytic tools they have at their disposal. Where such information is lacking—or, worse, where well-established ways of measuring risk are potentially biased or misleading—banks may shy away from doing business with certain customers or markets, leaving already underserved populations without vital access to financial services and missing out on business opportunities.

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