Pro Insight: What are Network Pair Signals? Follow
Network Pair Signals are a unique capability of the Network Graph, and offer manual review agents context into not just how core identity elements have interacted with each other, but also the length of the relationship.
They can be any combination of the core identity elements, i.e. name, phone, address, email, and IP.
Signal insights include:
- when paired identity elements were first or last seen together (i.e. X days, months, years ago)
- how many transactions paired identity elements were seen together in (i.e. seen in X transactions)
- how many merchants have seen an identity element pair (i.e. Name + Phone has been seen by X merchants in the last 14 days)
In the above screenshot, the Primary Address + Name pair signal is a positive signal with high signal strength. It indicates that the identity elements, Primary Address and Name, were first seen together 3 years ago, and not 3 days ago, as can be the case with identity fraud.
The results page for a query will display the Network Pair Signals with the strongest signal strength (impact) on the overall Network Risk. Weaker Network Pair Signals are not shown.