NeuroID identifies behavior specific to fraud rings and bots

58% of companies have experience a security incident in the last 12 months. All that compromised personal information ends up in the hands of organized fraud rings. They might be able to fool traditional security checks, but behavior can’t be duped.


Organized “fraud startups” are opening accounts en masse with compromised PII.



of companies have had a breach in the past 12 months.



In the past 3 years digital fraud in financial services is up more than 60 percent.




Potential fraud rings operating in the world




Amount stolen by a New York fraud ring in 2017 in a credit card application scheme

NeuroID detects a fraud ring every week

Fraud rings are constantly testing for vulnerabilities. You might have a reassuringly consistent level of fraud attempts, then out of nowhere get hit by an aggressive fraud ring that blitzes in to overwhelm your system. And it’s never a one-and-done: fraud rings rinse-and-repeat. As soon as they find a weakness, they’ll double down and squeeze it as long as they can.

Fraud rings are fast, frequent, and furtive, and the ringleaders know how to cover their tracks. While the type of fraud ring attack varies based on the target industry, the tell-tale signs are always there for those who know what to look for.

Fraud rings strike across all industries

NeuroID has detected fraud rings across Buy Now Pay Laters, top banks, leading fintech companies, insuretechs, and many more financial service companies.

Be proactive, not reactive

Intercept fraudsters at the point of attack, and get an actionable, bird’s eye view of of fraud ring behavior.

NeuroID’s real-time decisioning capabilities enhance identity verification platforms and processes, flagging in real-time which applicants should go through step-up verification.

Detect behavior across all applicants and filter out fraud rings with NeuroID.