EKG Foundation Preps Industry Consultation, Touts Benefits of Knowledge Graphs for Capital Markets

EKGs will allow financial firms to take advantage of new and existing datasets to serve purposes from upselling, AML and KYC, and regulatory reporting.

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The Enterprise Knowledge Graph (EKG) Foundation, a new industry association co-founded by data management industry veteran Mike Atkin to promote using Enterprise Knowledge Graphs for data management, is finalizing the maturity model that outlines knowledge graphs. It plans to open it up to the market for further development before undertaking a benchmarking study on the state of industry adoption.

EKGs link individual data points by defining data using web standards and creating an ontology

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