BreachRadar: Automatic Detection of Points-of-Compromise

@article{Araujo2017BreachRadarAD,
  title={BreachRadar: Automatic Detection of Points-of-Compromise},
  author={Miguel Araujo and Miguel Almeida and Jaime Ferreira and Lu{\'i}s Moura Silva and P. Bizarro},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/2009.11751}
}
Bank transaction fraud results in over $13B annual losses for banks, merchants, and card holders worldwide. Much of this fraud starts with a Point-of-Compromise (a data breach or a skimming operation) where credit and debit card digital information is stolen, resold, and later used to perform fraud. We introduce this problem and present an automatic Points-of-Compromise (POC) detection procedure. BreachRadar is a distributed alternating algorithm that assigns a probability of being compromised… 

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