CQAI Data Sheet
Bot Defense Data Sheet
Malicious bots account for more than 30% of all Internet traffic, but if your organization is a target for bot attacks, that percentage could be much higher. The CQ botDefense module works with the Cequence ASP platform to give organizations the fine-grained visibility and control needed to stop bots and automated attacks without impacting valid users and beneficial forms of automation.
API Solution Brief
Bots Abuse Legitimate API Access to Steal Data and Undermine Critical Business Applications. The age of the API has been touted by technologists, investors, and developers. Driven by IoT, mobile, automation, and a desire for openness, APIs have become the preferred method to access business logic and information for many organizations. Most business partners and corporate customers (and even some individuals) don’t want to use another app – standard business relationships often now include API access for automatic exchanges of information.
ASP Data Sheet
The Cequence Application Security Platform (ASP) represents a revolutionary approach to application security that protects all of your externally-facing applications, whether web, mobile, or API, from bots and targeted threats. Unlike other solutions, Cequence ASP requires no modification to your web or mobile applications and even discovers applications and APIs that you may not have known existed.
Fake Account Solution Brief
Fake account creation has been a common problem at large scale social media sites for the last several years. Increasingly,
fake accounts are a key tool in perpetrating sophisticated, multi-entity fraud and thus are becoming widespread beyond
household name websites and applications. Several factors drive this dynamic:
ATO Solution Brief
Account Takeover Attacks are Easy, Automated, Widespread, and Successful. Bad actors using account takeover (ATO) attacks have an easy time of it – attack toolkits are readily available, attack infrastructure can be rented or owned, and new large sets of legitimate user credentials from previous attacks are made available regularly. Sticking these three components together has proven to be a successful recipe for gaining illegitimate access to user accounts at various online/web properties.