000037286 - Back Coloring process and Enabling the feature in RSA Adaptive Authentication (Cloud) 12.0

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Article Number000037286
Applies ToRSA Product Set: Adaptive Authentication (Cloud)
RSA Product/Service Type: Adaptive Authentication (Cloud)
RSA Version/Condition: 12.0
IssueWhat is Back Coloring Process and how/who can enable the same?
ResolutionBack coloring is a scheduled offline process that analyzes activities marked as fraud. The default time period is every six hours.

The back coloring process uses the list of confirmed or suspected fraud events marked in the Case Management application and the latest list from the EFN service to identify additional activities from the past as potential fraud.

The back coloring process enables RSA Adaptive Authentication to color end user activities that are suspicious and come from the same fraudulent IP, cookie, Managing Cases, device fingerprint, payee, or flash. Based on a threshold of the number of flagged events, cases are opened for the most risky colored activities.