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Risk summary tiles (GL)

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MindBridge summarizes the transactions in your dataset and stratifies them into high, medium, and low risk groupings, as determined by the MindBridge score.

Learn how risk summary tiles are broken down, and how you can leverage them in your analysis.

Go to the Risk overview tab

  1. Select the logo in the MindBridge sidebar
    You will go to the Organizations page.
  2. Select View in line with the desired organization, or click anywhere in the organization row. 
    You will go to the Engagements page.
  3. Select View in line with the desired engagement, or click anywhere in the engagement row. 
    You will go to the Data page for that particular engagement.
  4. Select View Analysis on the desired analysis.
  5. Within an analysis, select Risk overview.*

*Note: This is the default landing tab within accounts payable and accounts receivable analyses.

Tip: If you are already in an analysis, open the Analyze menu ( Analyze menu icon ) within the sidebar, then select the name of the analysis you want to see and go to the Risk overview tab.

Risk summary tiles

Each tile at the top of the Risk overview dashboard displays details about the given risk grouping, including:

  • The risk level
  • The gross value of the given grouping
  • The total number of transactions found in the dataset
  • The percentage of the dataset the grouping represents

A screenshot showing the high medium and low risk summary tiles

Select any of the risk tiles to drill down to the data table and see the complete list of transactions for that risk grouping.

The minimum and maximum percentage for each risk level on this dashboard is summarized below.

Risk range

Risk level


≤ 29.99%

Low risk

These percentages represent the system default range, which is applied to the MindBridge score. These ranges are based on extensive field testing and expert feedback.

30% – 49.99%

Medium risk

≥ 50%

High risk

Control point results on entries are rolled up into transactions, and the score displayed is the highest scored entry in the transaction. For example, an entry level control point (such as 2 Digit Benford) will score each entry in a transaction. If a transaction has 4 entries and the risk scores break down as 1 medium, 1 high, and 2 lows, the transaction will have a "high" risk score.

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