Overview

Bureau's fraud prevention stack uses multiple tools, such as Device Intelligence, Behavioral Biometrics, and Graph Network to detect and prevent fraud.

Bureau's fraud prevention solution is powered by the proprietary Device Intelligence tools, Device Fingerprinting Techniques & Behavioural Biometrics. Our comprehensive solution offers frictionless fraud fighting capability passively via the three different components helping prevent new age digital frauds.

Bureau uses device and behavior signals in innovative ways to detect fraudsters throughout the user's lifecycle journey. Our comprehensive solution offers frictionless fraud fighting capability passively via three different components, and it helps to prevent new-age digital fraud.

What are the common types of fraud that are prevented with this solution?

Fraud ProblemHow our fraud prevention stack can help
Fake AccountsFraudsters create multiple accounts on the same device with the intent of gaming the platform. Using the Device Fingerprint, we can identify if these accounts are being made from the same device and block the user during sign-up.
Account TakeoversFraudsters may try to take over an existing account by resetting the password or bypassing two-factor authentication. Device Intelligence can detect these attempts by analyzing the device parameters and identifying if the device is different from the one associated with the account.
Device TakeoversIn this type of fraud, a fraudster gains unauthorized access to a user's device and makes fraudulent transactions. Device Intelligence can detect such activities by analyzing the device parameters and identifying if the device has been recently reset or if there are any other suspicious changes to the device.
Fraud RingsFraudsters often work in groups to carry out large-scale fraud activities. Device Intelligence can help identify these fraud rings by analyzing the device parameters and identifying if multiple accounts are being created from the same device.
Promo and Referral AbuseFraudsters may use fake accounts to take advantage of promotional offers or referral programs. Device Intelligence can detect such activities by analyzing the device parameters and identifying if multiple accounts are being created from the same device.
CollusionCollusion is when two or more users work together to commit fraud. Device Intelligence can detect such activities by analyzing the device parameters and identifying if multiple accounts are being created from the same device or if there are any other suspicious changes to the device.
Social Engineering AttacksA common scheme for fraudsters is to leverage social engineering attacks in order to install software that enables them to control a victim’s device remotely in order to either create a fraudulent account or perpetrate an account takeover attack. Bureau Device Intelligence has the capability to detect in real-time when such attacks occur by detecting remote control software and active remote sessions to a device.