In this white paper, we address the challenge of credit card fraud detection with our open source engine, Kamanja. The paper is aimed at executives and technical people who deploy solutions to credit card fraud.
We discuss the problem of fraud on a broad scale, and then focus on credit card fraud detection, including supervised and unsupervised learning. Then we review current credit card fraud detection solutions, and explore the part Kamanja can play in a detection system.
Author: Greg Makowski
Chief Data Scientist, LigaData
Table of Contents
- Executive Summary
- The Problem with Credit Card Fraud
- Commonly used Data Mining Models in Fraud Detection
- Architectures of Credit Card Fraud detection Solutions
- Using Kamanja for Credit Card Fraud Detection
- Ingesting PMML to more rapidly prototype, implement and iterate models conclusion
- Appendix Content
- Technology Overview
- Modeling Best Practices
- Selection of appropriate fraud metrics
- Commonly used risk metrics based on past reported fraud
- Further recommendations on generating metrics and interactions
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