000032224 - AAH - MIS Report - Rules Analysis - What do the headers mean and differences for Top Performing and Top Triggered rules?

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Article Number000032224
Applies ToRSA Product Set: Adaptive Authentication (Hosted)
RSA Product/Service Type: BackOffice
RSA Version/Condition: 11
 
Issue A customer may ask looking at the BackOffice MIS reports-- Rules Analysis report: 
what the difference is between top triggered rules,top performing rules and least performing rules?
 
Resolution

These monthly reports are provided for the following performance categories:
Top Triggered Rules – [Production/Test]. The rules that were triggered by the
largest number of flagged activities in the past month. These rules are sorted by
the # Fraudulent Activities field value, together with a line summarizing the total
for all rules.
Top Performing Rules – [Production/Test]. The rules that had the best resolved
fraud out of investigated cases ratio in the past month. When defining the best
ratio, the goal is to have the lowest number of incorrect catches for the highest
number of correct fraud catches. These rules are sorted in descending order by the
% Fraudulent Activities field value, together with a line summarizing the total for
all rules.
Least Performing Rules – [Production/Test]. The rules that had the least
resolved fraud out of investigated cases ratio in the past month, that is, the highest
number of incorrect catches for the lowest number of correct fraud catches. These
rules are sorted in ascending order by the % Fraudulent Activities field value,
together with a line summarizing the total for all rules.

NotesPlease see RSA Adaptive Authentication (Hosted) BackOffice Users Guide for more details. 

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