Connecting The Dots To Combat Collective Fraud

01/06/2021 ∙ by Mingxi Wu, et al. ∙ 0

Modern fraudsters write malicious programs to coordinate a group of accounts to commit collective fraud for illegal profits in online platforms. These programs have access to a set of finite resources - a set of IPs, devices, and accounts etc. and sometime manipulate fake accounts to collaboratively attack the target system. Inspired by these observations, we share our experience in building two real-time risk control systems to detect collective fraud. We show that with TigerGraph, a powerful graph database, and its innovative query language - GSQL, data scientists and fraud experts can conveniently implement and deploy an end-to-end risk control system as a graph database application.



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