Visualize Stolen Identity Refund Fraud Patterns

October 19, 2016
2:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Hall C

Track: General
Type: Posters
Level: All

Stolen identity refund fraud (or SIRF) is defined as the use of a stolen identity to steal money from the United States Treasury by filing fake tax returns that claim tax refunds. SIRF isn’t a new crime; however, identity theft it is a difficult and time-consuming mess to untangle. This poster discusses an approach to visualize and identify patterns of this type of fraud.


, Sr Software Engineer, Intuit