Applying Scrum in an Interdisciplinary Project Using Big Data, Internet of Things, and Credit Cards This paper describes the use of Scrum in a collaborative software project. It applies agile software development, big data, and internet of things to reduce frauds within credit card operations. It reports the experience of students from three different courses taking the graduate program in Electronics and Computer Engineering at the Brazilian Aeronautics Institute of Technology (Instituto Tecnologico de Aeronautica – ITA) during the first semester of 2014. The major contribution of this work is the application of Interdisciplinary Problem Based Learning, where students have worked asynchronously and geographically dispersed to deliver valuable increments, aiming to solve related problems. This work was performed during four project sprints on seventeen weeks. The main output was working software, developed and tested using Scrum and its best practices. At the end, a big data environment was used as a transparent way of fulfilling the needs of financial transaction analysts.