Compare RSA Web Threat Detection vs. Ravelin

Ravelin is ranked 31st in Fraud Detection and Prevention while RSA Web Threat Detection is ranked 15th in Fraud Detection and Prevention. Ravelin is rated 0, while RSA Web Threat Detection is rated 0. On the other hand, Ravelin is most compared with , whereas RSA Web Threat Detection is most compared with ThreatMetrix, IBM Trusteer and RSA Adaptive Authentication.
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Confidence in knowing where your fraud is coming from and how to manage it. A simplified view to monitor fraud, conversion and acceptance rates and adjust to suit your business.

RSA Web Threat Detection is a fraud detection platform that helps organizations identify anomalous online behavior with real time data visibility & analysis and respond on the fly to even the most sophisticated (and newest) fraud - without discouraging legitimate users from using your site. WTD's Behavioral Intelligence drives a feedback loop that continuously improves threat detection capabilities. It addresses variety of fraud types ranging from account takeover, DDoS attack and bots to wire transfer, credit card, 'Pump and dump' stock trades, Mobile and web session hijacking, Fraudulent account creation and money movement and random deposit fraud.

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