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Add and remove suspicious keywords

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Tasha Kociszewski
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Summary

Learn how to add and remove keywords to an engagement.


Navigate to the Engagement Settings

  1. Select the MindBridge icon in the sidebar to go to the Organizations page.
  2. Select View in line with the desired organization, or click anywhere in the organization row to go to the Engagements page.

  3. Select View in line with the desired engagement, or click anywhere in the engagement row to go to the Data page.

  4. Open the MindBridge sidebar.
  5. Select Engagement Settings (fourth option from the bottom).
  6. Go to the Risk scores tab.
    You will see a list of control points.


Add and remove keywords

  1. Find and select Suspicious Keyword to expand the section.
  2. Select Edit keywords to go to the control point settings.
  3. Add and/or remove keywords as described below.
  4. When you are satisfied, select Done.

Remove keywords

Use the X icon to remove keywords from the list. When a keyword is removed, MindBridge will not search for it.

Add keywords

  1. Select Add keywords and enter a new word in the text box.
  2. Use the comma key, or, press Enter/Return on your keyboard add the word.

There is no limit to the number of keywords you can add.

Tip: You can leverage partial word searches by using an asterisk. For example, using the keyword "adjust*" may return "adjustment," "adjusted," and more. 

Scenario

During previous audits of Highwind AI, a particular type of transaction was flagged as being at high risk for misstatement. Details related to this type of transaction are contained in the memo field (such as a particular vendor, or type of transaction).

As part of the current year’s audit, keywords unique to that transaction type are defined in the Suspicious Keyword settings. Transactions containing the defined keywords will trigger the Suspicious Keywords control point, which increases their risk and increases the likelihood that they will be sampled.


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