Acuant Fraud Management

Digital Identity Solutions


Establish Trust Anywhere On Demand

Acuant’s Platform is powered by patented Digital Identity technology for complete digital identity lifecycle management:




Electronic DNA (eDNA) securely builds, analyzes and verifies digital identities, associating an individual’s known associations through public data, social network analysis, deep web, dark web and other private data sources- all in real time. Acuant’s identity database preserves the privacy of the individuals that are represented into a digital identity, allowing for safe information sharing.


Our machine learning and graph intelligence allow you to see connections with untrusted entities and patterns that might reflect fraud. eDNA algorithms provide trust scores tailored to your industry and monitor identities for changes in order to reflect the latest risk level. This dynamic data allows you to make the most accurate decisions. As portable identities, each division within a company can have the same current view of the same customer.


Harness internal and external data to build a holistic view of your customer in one platform. No need for multiple vendors, contracts or APIs to verify identities and meet regulations anywhere in the world.

Automated AI-Powered Technology



  • Best in class, patented solutions that combine machine learning with human oversight for the highest level of accuracy.

Risk-Based Approach Improves Productivity



  • Too many alerts hurt productivity. We allow you to risk rate alerts so you focus on the most critical ones. Apply more hurdles to potentially suspicious transaction users while showing trusted users the fast lane.





  • One API to access document and identity data verification, biometrics, IP geolocation, device, email and many other services. Gain access to Acuant database of over 400M trusted identities.

Synthetic Identity Fraud: A Costly Challenge


Real-life scammers continue to come up with creative ways to commit crimes, notably in the financial services arena. This is especially true with schemes like synthetic identity fraud where identities are built with a number of different identity components.


While both are typically used for financial gain, identity theft and synthetic identities differ in the actual utilization of the stolen personally identifiable information (PII). Unlike traditional identity theft where a fraudster uses only a specific individual’s stolen—yet real—information, synthetic identities are created by fraudsters using elements of both real and fictitious PII. This “identity” is then used to obtain a loan or large credit line, but it’s never paid back.


Download the eBook – Synthetic Identity Fraud: A Costly Challenge to learn more.


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