Prior to joining 41st Parameter, Eli Katz created and was director of the Active Risk Monitoring Practice at Unisys. The practice specialized in creating risk-monitoring "ecosystems" that detect and analyze fraud or identity theft events in real time or near real time. In this role, Mr. Katz led the design of one of the first fraud systems to continuously monitor both online and branch activities.
In his role as director of the Active Risk Monitoring practice, Mr. Katz specialized in the topic of the industrialization of fraud. He met regularly with bankers worldwide around this topic and brings a global perspective of emerging trends. Mr. Katz also participated in the FSTC anti-phishing initiative and is a current member of the APWG.
Mr. Katz has published numerous articles relating to the operational, strategic and IT implications of the automation of fraud and is quoted frequently on the subject.