|Acquired by||Fair Isaac|
|Description||Identity resolution software|
Infoglide develops and markets identity resolution software that resolves fraudulent identities and non-obvious relationships across disparate data sources. Infoglide Software™s Identity Resolution Engine (IRE) is used to uncover risk, fraud, and conflicts of interest and is also a valuable tool for data matching within Business Intelligence (BI) and Master Data Management (MDM) applications.
Founded in 1996, their identity focused solutions are often in retail, banking, gaming, insurance, government, information and data providers, and law enforcement.
Example applications include insider trading discovery, terrorist screening, retail fraud detection, lottery fraud, auto-classification of Product Information Management (PIM) data, and data quality.
|Launch Date||April, 2007|
Our Identity Resolution Engine is typically used to uncover risk, fraud, and conflicts of interest but is also a useful tool for use within Customer Data Integration (CDI) and Master Data Management (MDM) requirements.
The service is a fully integrated engine that provides four layers of operational business intelligence power.
|Launch Date||May 17, 2011|
MinorMonitor is a free, web-based tool that gives parents a quick, easy view into their child’s Facebook activities and friends and provides a more powerful resource than “friending”.
Via an intuitive dashboard, parents can access either a snapshot or detailed specifics of potentially dangerous activities such as bullying, hate crimes, drug use, and sexual references.
MinorMonitor was developed by Austin-based Infoglide, a fifteen-year-old technology company with a rich history in fraud detection and data analysis, whose technology is used to monitor and manage online reputations as well as screen and detect suspicious activities and behaviors for government (such as TSA), law enforcement, banking, and other big business customers. Infoglide executives developed MinorMonitor to leverage the company’s expertise in data analysis and extend it as a service to benefit those parents who are growing increasingly concerned over ensuring that their child’s Facebook activities are safe.