Nearly every customer we speak with is in the process of executing a cloud migration initiative. In many cases, the cloud means first looking into SaaS as the deployment option for a new application. If SaaS cannot address the need, the public cloud is often used to build a custom application. In either case, a key driver for this shift is a desire to move away from managing data centers and infrastructure.
As part of this, organizations, even those in regulated industries, are asking more questions than ever as part of their vendor evaluation process. Common areas of interest include:
- Hybrid cloud support and SaaS offerings: Organizations are looking for vendors that can deploy their solutions across hybrid environments without creating additional management complexity. Many organizations are asking questions about compliance certifications for SaaS offerings so they can offload the infrastructure management entirely.
- Consolidation of security services: security teams are trying to reduce the complexity of managing multiple security solutions, so we see more questions about the breadth of services and integrations with other security offerings.
- Extend application security protection to APIs: there is an increased awareness that APIs are commonly targeted for data exfiltration and application abuse purposes. While questions around API security are often general and high-level, it is clear this is an area of concern.
To better serve our customers, we released Bot Defense SaaS earlier this year. Once deployed, customers have real-time visibility into the traffic hitting their site, and complete control over the mitigation policies to disrupt malicious bot activity.
With Cequence Security deploying and managing the underlying infrastructure and the customer managing data and policies, Bot Defense SaaS reduces the operational burdens associated with stopping automated bot attacks.
Bot Defense SaaS – CDN Integration
It is not uncommon for our customers to learn that their development teams have pushed a new login application flow or API endpoint out because this traffic started showing up in the Cequence console.
You can see how easy this is to set up by reviewing our CDN configuration guides here:
Bot Defense SaaS – CDN Bundle
For organizations that do not have a CDN in place, or are not happy with their current CDN provider, we have partnered with Amazon Web Services and Fastly to bring a complete, best-of-breed CDN, DDoS, WAF, and Bot Defense solution to market.
With our partners, Cequence Security can meet these new customer requirements and deliver our industry-leading bot defense and API security service. The platform is easy to manage, flexible to deploy, and able to scale to meet the seasonal or peak traffic, without comprising on efficacy.