In this keynote, Capital One’s Chris D’Agostino will highlight how Capital One is using Spark, Redshift and graph analytics to explore semantic relationships to better protect customers against credit card fraud. You will learn about a real-world use case to uncover potential fraud and money laundering rings within massive data sets.
Chris D’Agostino is a VP of Technology and helps lead Capital One’s big data initiative within its credit card business. Chris has over 25 years of software development experience and has been a hands-on contributor to enterprise applications in the areas of data processing, mobile and responsive web. He has served as an adjunct professor at George Mason University and the University of Virginia (UVa) and was the founder and CEO of a software company that exited successfully after ten years of steady growth