Process Mining Café 14: Forensics

Process Mining Café 14

Banks and credit card organizations automatically detect fraudulent patterns and block accounts, often before the owners of these accounts notice that anything has been up. Process mining is not the right tool for such fraud detections. However, it can help to understand what happened, for example, by visualizing the intruder’s path.

For our upcoming Process Mining Café about forensics, we have invited Lucas Vousten and Vincenzo Salden from the IT Security team at Joanknecht. We will first talk about how process mining can help in a general IT security context but then dive into a concrete forensics example based on a ransomware attack. Join us!

The café takes place this week, Wednesday 30 March, at 16:00 CEST! (Check your timezone here). As always, there is no registration required. Simply point your browser to when it is time. You can watch the café and join the discussion while we are on the air, right there on the café website.

Tune in live for Process Mining Café by visiting this week, Wednesday 30 March, at 16:00 CEST! Add the time to your calendar if you don’t want to miss it. Or sign up for the café mailing list here if you want us to remind you one hour before the session.

Anne Rozinat

Anne Rozinat

Market, customers, and everything else

Anne knows how to mine a process like no other. She has conducted a large number of process mining projects with companies such as Philips Healthcare, Océ, ASML, Philips Consumer Lifestyle, and many others.