Incognia analyzes a specific location size to determine whether it contains a density of devices exhibiting suspicious behavior. These devices may be flagged by Incognia for device integrity issues, such as rooting or app tampering, or they may have been involved with previous fraudulent activity. Teams will be alerted to relationships between devices and accounts that had previously gone undetected.
The feature alerts against fraud and risk when devices performing certain operations are concentrated in a micro-location, like a small apartment or room. A high density of devices opening accounts, accessing accounts, or taking another specific action can be automatically flagged, enabling the watchlisting of devices or locations to prevent repeat offenders.
Incognia detects that a user is at one of their trusted locations, there is a high probability that the transaction is legitimate and at lower risk for fraud, enabling the app to offer a frictionless authentication experience.
Incognia is highly effective in detecting locations with repeated fraudulent behavior, like fraud rings. The feature alerts fraud and risk teams when:
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