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Jen Dunham
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Principal Solutions Architect

As a Solution Specialist within the Security Intelligence Global Practice, Jen is focused on providing subject matter expertise and assistance to Government teams addressing various security risks such as Cyber Security, Insider Threat, Targeting/Lead Generation, and other Intelligence-specific applications of the SAS Security Intelligence Foundation. Having served as an all-source intelligence analyst in the United States Army, and having since worked closely with numerous law enforcement, defense, and intelligence organizations around the world, Jen has a unique and comprehensive view within these areas and how their tradecraft and missions vary. Jen has worked in mission areas to include; counterterrorism, counterespionage, counternarcotic, peacekeeping missions, priority intelligence requirements, and the Balkans (Bosnia-Herzegovina).

Over the last 22 years, Jen has held a security clearance with numerous agencies supporting organizations such as FBI, DEA, NSA, CIA, NCTC, State Department, Department of Energy, and also State and Local Law Enforcement. Jen also has in-depth knowledge (through previous employment) of technology and information companies such as i2, Dun & Bradstreet, Choicepoint and Thompson Reuters.

Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Fraud & Security Intelligence | Machine Learning
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Considering fraud-fighting with machine learning and artificial intelligence?

Any look back at analytics in 2017 makes it clear that machine learning and artificial intelligence appear to be the ‘next big things’ that can solve just about any problem, from writing new hit songs to curing disease. Not one to buy into the hype, I became curious as to

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
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Opioid schemes fueled by staged car accidents, insurance fraud

Criminal enterprises are tapping into the lucrative opioid business through creative schemes that are less likely to be identified as opioid abuse, misuse or diversion. One of the latest schemes? Auto insurance fraud. First, some background… While extensive progress has been made in establishing, improving, and mandating prescription drug monitoring