To defend against spam workers in crowdsourcing environments, the existing solutions overlook the fact that a spam worker with guises can easily bypass the defense. To alleviate this problem, in this paper, we propose a Node to Trust Matrix method (N2TM) that represents a worker node in a crowdsourcing network as an un-manipulable Worker Trust Matrix (WTM) for identifying the worker’s identity. In particular, we first present a crowdsourcing trust network consisting of requester nodes, worker nodes, and transaction-based edges. Then, we construct WTMs for workers based on the trust network. A WTM consists of trust indicators measuring the extent to which a worker is trusted by different requesters in different sub-networks. Moreover, we show the un-manipulable property and the usable property of a WTM that are crucial for identifying a worker’s identity. Furthermore, we leverage deep learning techniques to predict a worker’s identity with its WTM as input. Finally, we demonstrate the superior performance of our proposed N2TM in identifying spam workers with extensive experiments.