Cataphora may be the Ideal Investment...
...if you aren't the usual Silicon Valley thing. After 12 years as a 100% employee-owned company, Cataphora is looking for investors who will share our passion, values and vision for the long-term future of our business, which is providing Insider Threat Detection technology to both private sector and Federal customers. Learn More »
Cataphora is proud to be a partner of the Detroit Crime Commission.
Insider Threat Technology and Compliance
Since the high profile Raj Rajaratnam / Galleon case a couple of years ago, insider trading – both the reality and the mere perception of it – have necessarily climbed atop the list of concerns of many financial institutions. A recent cover story in Fortune highlighted the issue. The teaser for the story described it as follows: “It’s about what insider trading is, why it’s so hard to define, why prosecutors and regulators like it that way, and why analysts don’t.” This dynamic is already starting to change the meaning of compliance in financial services. Learn More »
Cataphora in the news
Cataphora appeared on NHK TV in Japan recently as part of a "Big Data" story on analyzing large scale social networks.
Ego: The Game of Life
Frank Schirrmacher’s latest book, “Ego: The Game of Life” features a 9-page interview with Cataphora CEO Elizabeth Charnock. The book, which for several weeks was #1 on the Non-Fiction Bestseller List in Germany analyzes the societal impact of computers. The book describes how people increasingly depend on machines, relying on them to make, or at least assist in making, their decisions. Schirrmacher is a renowned commentator on technology, politics, and society, and co-publisher of the leading national German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Learn more »
The book, titled Ego: Das Spiel des Lebens (Ego:The Game of Life), is now available in Germany.