Digital Reasoning Selected as 2015 FX Week Best e-Surveillance Provider; Tim Estes, Rob Metcalf Comment

security keysDigital Reasoning has received the designation as the 2015 FX Week best e-surveillance provider for helping global foreign exchange clients monitor their network using the company’s electronic communications surveillance system.

Tim Estes, CEO of Digital Reasoning, said Tuesday the company’s Synthesys technology is designed “to find concealed relationships and hidden risks within electronic communications.”

“That means it is able to learn and adapt where the systems in place today are brittle and very costly to maintain,” Estes added.

Synthesys works to analyze electronic messages that go through a financial institution’s network in order to identify risky communications, suspicious technical language, malicious activity and evidence of collusion, Digital Reasoning says.

“We are honored to be recognized as the best e-Surveillance Solution Provider by FX Week for demonstrating accuracy, value for money and reliability,” added Rob Metcalf, president of Digital Reasoning.

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