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What is CA Risk Authentication?

CA Risk Authentication is a powerful risk-based, adaptive authentication solution that works in real time to evaluate context, calculate a risk score, recommend actions and provide alerts/case management. It has a strong set of prebuilt rules to detect risk and an easy-to-use risk management console to adjust parameters or create new rules. The risk engine examines many factors including device identification, geolocation, IP address and user activity to evaluate risk. The calculated risk score is then fed into your policies to decide whether to authorize the current activity, request step-up authentication and/or send an alert or block the activity. This provides your organization with a transparent layer of protection against identity theft, data breaches and fraud. CA Risk Authentication can be used to reduce fraud and protect users from Internet attacks whether they are shopping online or accessing confidential or private information via a Web portal or application. It also provides organizations the ability to enforce different levels of authentication depending on the user activity, transaction value and the calculated risk score.

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CA RiskMinder
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