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Detect suspicious activity across your transactions using Machine Learning


Configure rules for different behaviors 


Define risk scores and prioritize alerts


AI detects suspicious activity for you

With which tools?

  • With behavioral modeling

    Together with your business teams, we define rules to distinguish between "normal" and "suspicious" financial transactions, depending on the type of activity.

  • With prioritization of results

    Thanks to a scoring system, suspicious data is classified according to its degree of seriousness. This classification allows your teams to target the most risky cases.

  • With the definition of new fraud patterns

    Thanks to the statistical analysis of the data, our AI is able to detect new fraud patterns, not covered by the rules already in place. You can easily identify them, understand them and adapt your responses accordingly.

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