Bot Defense Differentiators
When other bot mitigation tools fail, Cequence continues to provide the most effective and adaptive defense against online fraud, business logic attacks, and exploits.
CQAI continuously analyzes L2-L7 traffic to create a Behavioral Fingerprint that identifies multiple network level actions including tools in use, attacker evasion tactics, infrastructure used and user credentials. The result: Bot Defense blocks a broad set of attacks including scraping, sneaker Bots, automated shopping, and advanced bot attacks targeting APIs using gRPC and HTTP GET-method instead of POST.
Competitive offerings use cumbersome traffic redirects, cookie insertion techniques or basic volumetric analysis to protect your APIs, resulting in inconsistent levels of protection and poor user experience. The Behavioral Fingerprint created by CQAI tracks attacker behaviors as they move from web to API endpoints resulting in consistent protection across all of your applications.
Alternative solutions provide limited user access, forcing you to engage with professional services for policy changes. The Bot Defense intuitive graphical user interface allows you to view all your APIs and web apps, analyze threats hiding in plain sight and mitigate them quickly and easily.
Competitive offerings are closed and proprietary, requiring professional services engagements to access your data for analysis and forensics. Bot Defense REST-based APIs allow you to import threat data to enhance CQAI findings, or export data to a SIEM, SOAR or anti-fraud system resulting in a stronger security posture.
Some offerings limit your deployment options resulting in potential gaps in protection or cumbersome network architectures. Cequence Bot Defense is a modern, Kubernetes-based application that allows you to pick the deployment option that fits your application security requirements: cloud, data center, SaaS or hybrid.
Tips and techniques to help you uncover the existence of an attack config, then demonstrate how it is used in OpenBullet, providing pointers on how to use OpenBullet to your mitigation advantage. A demonstration of Cequence Bot Defense will wrap up the session.