Suspicious Massive Registration Detection via Dynamic Heterogeneous Graph Neural Networks

12/20/2020 ∙ by Susie Xi Rao, et al. ∙ 0

Massive account registration has raised concerns on risk management in e-commerce companies, especially when registration increases rapidly within a short time frame. To monitor these registrations constantly and minimize the potential loss they might incur, detecting massive registration and predicting their riskiness are necessary. In this paper, we propose a Dynamic Heterogeneous Graph Neural Network framework to capture suspicious massive registrations (DHGReg). We first construct a dynamic heterogeneous graph from the registration data, which is composed of a structural subgraph and a temporal subgraph. Then, we design an efficient architecture to predict suspicious/benign accounts. Our proposed model outperforms the baseline models and is computationally efficient in processing a dynamic heterogeneous graph constructed from a real-world dataset. In practice, the DHGReg framework would benefit the detection of suspicious registration behaviors at an early stage.



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