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Fraud Analytics: Strategies and Methods for Detection and Prevention by Delena D. Spann

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i2 Analyst's Notebook: Best in Fraud Solutions

ANALYSIS IS sometimes viewed as being complex in whole or in parts. In my experience each part of the analysis must be examined to determine its role and placement in the scheme. When one reassembles these parts to form an overall visual depiction, it clearly produces a conclusion or theory as to how the entities are associated and/or how their relationships stemmed from the specifics.

In the visual depiction of the analytical cycle after the collection, evaluation, and collation phases, the analysis phase begins. The analysis begins when the individual immerses himself/herself into the data. Analysis exposes preconceptions and assumptions and thus allows us to identify the hypothesis and verify our findings. Considering the circumstances of the analysis provided and the conditions under which it has been produced, at varying times analysis involves highly ambiguous situations, information that is processed incrementally, and the reasoning for assessment. As you begin to delve into the components of the analysis, IBM i2 Analyst's Notebook is an intricate part in displaying the depictions that allow integration, visualization, collection, and the like. IBM i2 Analyst's Notebook has been an extremely important tool far law enforcement and private sector entities, IBM i2 Analyst's Notebook is used to show the associations between people, ...

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