At plutohash.com we offer to experiment data analysis on Bitcoin Blockchain Data. The data is parsed with BlockSci, and there are libraries to be productive very fast. We opened beta tester program, just go to plutohash.com/beta register and I send you the access. You have Jupyter Notebook with libraries and data at disposal. Here below a little code for example.
I work at a nonprofit, and we have two databases (one on Oracle and another on MSSQL) that hold nearly the same sort of information, but serve very different business purposes. I was able to replicate the data from Oracle into MSSQL using SSIS.
After a year of being live with this solution, it is obvious that the integration has a major issue with merging a particular entity model. I think it is time we explore a master data management solution.
We have SQL Server Standard edition; Master Data Services only comes with Developer and Enterprise editions. I do not have the budget to upgrade, and for regulatory reasons cannot deploy Developer ed in a production environment.
Since I have a non-existent budget, I have been eyeing Talend Open Studio for MDM. Given our investment in SSIS, I hate giving up the work we did in SSIS, especially since we bought a few 3rd party components for it.
Is there anyway to use Talend’s MDM solution with SSIS (a custom component perhaps)? I see there are components in Talend to import SSIS packages into Talend Open Studio.
Are there any open-source/budget friendly MDM solutions that work with SSIS? Is there anyway to license Microsoft’s solution separately from upgrading SQL Server?
Please forgive me – this is not my area of expertise.
Recorded Future analyzed current data from the Recorded Future® Platform, information security reporting, and other OSINT sources to review 11 fraud methods and services that facilitate threat actor campaigns. In subsequent months, Recorded Future will publish in-depth reports on each method or service, the threat actors offering them, technical details where applicable, and mitigation recommendations. This report will be of most interest to anti-fraud and network defenders, security researchers, and executives charged with security and fraud risk management and mitigation.
The cybercriminal fraud ecosystem is a whole and interconnected enterprise. In this report, the introduction to our series on cybercriminal fraud, Insikt Group will describe 11 types of fraud methods and services currently used by threat actors to facilitate their campaigns. For each, we provide a brief overview of some notable recent developments, list some of the top vendors of these services on the criminal underground, and provide suggested mitigations for defenders to implement. The Recorded Future Platform enables research and analysis of fraud methods available on the dark web and other sources to identify cybercriminal schemes, as well as threat actors and communities that advertise said methods.
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