Using hot lists
In Risk Analytics Presentation Service A highly dynamic web interface that provides webpages for the user to intuitively interact with Risk Analytics. It is a Microsoft .NET 4.7.2 ASP.NET application hosted inside Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS)., hot lists can be used as reference documents—you can for example create a list of persons known for fraudulent behavior. A hot list can be configured variably and can also be applied with several rules Rules are used to define sets of criteria to verify if an event (transaction and non-monetary event) matches any fraudulent behavior. If an event matches a previously defined rule, an alert can be raised.. You can create either a dedicated hot list for a specific hierarchy (Non Mon Events, Transactions etc.) or create a common hot list that applies to all hierarchies.
Managing hot lists and hot list records manually
(OPTIONAL) Create a text file containing the list of records (one record per line) you wish to insert in the hot list.
Navigate to DESIGN RULES & ACTIONS > Hot Lists.
- From the Hot Lists navigation pane, select the hierarchy for which you want to create the hot list.
In the Hot List dashboard, click Add HotList.
In the Add Hot List dialog window, enter a name for the hot list you are creating and select the hierarchy for which to create the hot list.
Select Common to create a hot list that applies to all hierarchies, or select a particular hierarchy (Non Mon Events, Transactions etc.) to create a dedicated hierarchy-specific hot list that applies specifically to this hierarchy.
- (OPTIONAL) If a text file containing hot list records you want to use is available, click Choose File to navigate to this file to import the records into this hot list.
(OPTIONAL) If the imported hot list records have to expire on a specific date, select a date in the Expiry Date field.
In the Hot List dashboard the hot list you just created is now included in the grid. If you want to modify it, click on the hyperlink of the hot list name.
- ADD RECORD: Add a hot list record (optionally with an expiry date, if required)
IMPORT RECORDS: Import a list of records from a text file (optionally with an expiry date, if required)
DOWNLOAD RECORDS: Download the list of records of the current hot list as a text file
- DELETE HOTLIST: Delete the selected hot list(s)
- Edit: Edit a hot list record (optionally with an expiry date, if required)
- Delete: Delete a hot list record
According to the action you select, Risk Analytics Presentation Service displays fields to enter values, upload an additional hot list file, or delete a hot list record or the entire hot list.