Protect APIs and web applications from automated bot attacks masking themselves as legitimate traffic.
Three steps to better application security. Gain complete visibility into APIs, web, mobile applications. Uncover malicious intent hiding in plain sight. Translate intent-based findings into policy-based enforcement.
Prevent automated bot attacks – accurately and automatically.
Agentless architecture automatically discovers API and web application, building an intuitive site map for actionable visibility. New API and web applications are discovered and protected as soon as they are deployed. Read the Bot Defense datasheet to learn more.
More than 150 ML-based automation indicators allow you to detect and prevent well-known automated attacks (e.g., account takeovers, fake account creation) as well as those that target application business logic (e.g., content/price scraping, gift card fraud, API abuse) with CQAI.
CQAI multidimensional analysis of your API and web applications results in a behavioral fingerprint that determines user intent. When used in a security policy, the fingerprint continually tracks the attacker to ensure continuous protection.
Application and attack visibility can be translated into policies that allow what you want, deny all else. Discovered attacks are mitigated using a range of response options including blocking, rate limiting, geo-fencing and deception. Read the Bot Defense datasheet to learn more.
A rich user interface and an open, API-based architecture allow you to, translate CQAI findings into security policies and share them externally with another security device, a SIEM, or a REST API endpoint for added analysis or correlation.
Accelerates incident response time with complete visibility into APIs, web applications and automated attacks.
Reduces the operational effort associated with preventing automated attacks on API and web applications when deployed as a SaaS.
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.