Constella Intelligence Introduces Exposed Identity Score
New feature indicates the level of risk for exposed identities, included with select offerings at no additional cost
LOS ALTOS, Calif., May 27, 2021 – Constella Intelligence (“Constella”), a leader in Digital Risk Protection and Threat Intelligence, today announced that the Company’s Intelligence API now includes Exposed Identity Score as part of its service offering. Organizations must rapidly adapt to evolving customer behavior and interaction points – or risk significant losses in both fraud and customers. By analyzing exposed attributes, the type of site, the data in which the data was sourced, and the freshness of the data, this new score helps partners equip their customers and organizations with a powerful tool to better associate the level of risk with the exposed credentials.
”Inadequate ID verification services create gaps that fraudsters can exploit,” said Jason Wagner, Vice President of Identify Intelligence at Constella Intelligence. “To keep pace with evolving threats, organizations need multi-layered solutions that can associate risks with exposed credentials.”For Exposed Identity Score, Constella dynamically computes a high-level simplified estimated risk rating for all available breaches, based on how impactful the exposed records are projected to be. Constella’s algorithm design and values are gleaned from the Company’s ongoing research of fraud mitigation professionals and practices.
Exposed Identity Score (EIS) can be used to assess the importance of an identity alert and assess the risk an identity poses to suffering an Identity Theft incident (aggregating all the individual risks of each exposure). EIS, along with the quality, volume, and coverage of our Intelligence API, helps organizations stay one step ahead of attackers to identify exposures proactively.To learn more about how Constella’s Exposed Identity Score can enhance your identity protection capabilities or security protocols, visit us here or request a personalized demo to see the new EIS in action.