Definitions

WHO IS A BAD ACTOR?

Only entities officially sanctioned by OFAC or the United Nations Security Council are flagged as bad actors in the app. Tresata does not use algorithms to impute who may or may not be a bad actor.

WHAT DOES PATH TO BAD ACTOR IMPLY?

Any entities with possible connections 1,2,3, or nth degree away from a known bad actor will be shown as a path to a bad actor. If you see this icon on the card, it indicates a path to a bad actor exists.

HOW ARE PATHS ESTABLISHED?

Tresata uses its neural network algorithms to present known or hidden paths between any entities as long as some factor in any record across any number of hops indicates potential linkages. Please note that before any action is taken based on these potential connections, we recommend performing detailed analysis and research. If your research indicates that a linkage is incorrect, you can report it to Tresata, and using our automated feedback loop, such connections will not show again.

how does tresata software recognize entities?

Tresata created the world’s first record linkage system 10 years ago to be able to scan trillions of records, and using unique markers in them, establish with context-forming algos, clear, and precise resolution to identify unique entities. For BADaaS, such entities can take the form of:

  • Company
  • Individual
  • Officer or Beneficial Owner
  • Legal Entity
  • Address
  • Organization
  • Intermediary

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