With iovation ReputationManager®, recognize any device and stop fraud attempts by evaluating associated accounts and devices, past history and suspicious behaviors.
Customize your fraud prevention business rules to identify evasion methods, geolocation anomalies, unusual velocities, fraud reports, data inconsistencies, botnet, and proxy detection, known fraudulent IPs and high-risk geolocations, and much more.
Maintaining device data for extended periods of time is used to help prevent fraud. In fact, this unique capability is so useful for iovation’s customers that 59% of the transactions they reject are due to the device’s reputation. Maintaining device for longer periods of time extends the value of that evidence, contributing to reputation management that provides a better fraud catch rate for you and fewer false positives!
The moment any device attempts to connect to your site or app, spot user behaviors and device information that leads to fraud, and stop that fraud attempt in real-time. With superior reputation management, you can track billions of devices and our community of analysts add evidence and make this fraud detection and prevention intelligence, even more powerful and effective. Iovation ReputationManager also tracks devices across subscriber sites. Via a common device, an account at one site may be indirectly associated with an account at another site. By following the evidence of confirmed fraud across associated accounts and devices, you can uncover previously unknown fraud rings. Fraudsters may use many devices to carry out their attacks; you can review or deny transactions from any devices that are linked via common access to accounts that are affected by confirmed fraud or abuse, or via shared relationships to other known bad devices.
With iovation ReputationManager you can:
- Recognize returning devices and choose to allow, review, or deny transactions that they submit.
- Tag known bad devices and accounts with evidence of confirmed fraud or abuse. You can then deny any future transactions from these devices and accounts.
- Use business rules to monitor incoming transactions for suspicious behavior. Review or deny transactions that meet your criteria. Customize your business rules as needed according to your unique user interactions and business needs.
- Use reports and analytic tools to evaluate trends and identify transaction and device characteristics that correlate with bad behavior.
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