Bot Detection and Management
Detect and block bot-based attacks as well as other forms of malicious traffic automation
Detect and Stop Bot-Based Attacks
The combination of bot detection techniques and application intensity analysis, means ThreatX can reveal a wide range of automated attacks such as ATO, credential stuffing, reputation attacks and more. Just as importantly, it can address these threats without introducing additional user friction with CAPTCHAs and other mechanisms. However, ThreatX can easily integrate with these tools as well to support any security model.
Distinguish Human From Automated Traffic
Depending on the page, automated traffic often accounts for at least 15%, and up to more than 50%, of total traffic. ThreatX lets you see and block automated traffic on your applications, which helps to ensure your resources are dedicated to serving real, valid users.
Arm Your Security Operations Center
ThreatX gives critical visibility and context for SOC and security analysts. In addition to providing automated mitigation, ThreatX lets analysts see exactly what is going on with an application and automated traffic. With ThreatX, analysts make faster decisions and quickly dive into more detailed investigations of bot-based activity.
Entity and Behavior Analytics
ThreatX goes far beyond signatures and anomaly detection to identify and track malicious entities even as traits such as IP addresses and user agents change. This lets us track and compile a complete picture of an entity’s risk so that enforcement is both highly accurate and laser-focused on the threats that matter the most.
ThreatX combines a wide variety of proprietary techniques to reliably identify attacking entities even as they change IP addresses or user agents. This includes but is not limited to TLS fingerprinting and analytical profiling of entity traits and behaviors.
Entity Tracking and Risk Attribution
ThreatX then continuously monitors all entity behaviors and correlates all behaviors over time into a unified risk score. This allows security teams to see coordinated attacks and to identify and stop “low and slow” attacks that would normally fly under the radar.
Entity Actions and Response
ThreatX can actively engage entities to collect additional insights or take a variety of protective responses. This can include putting the entity on a watch list, active interrogation, tarpitting, blocking, any allowlisting or blocklisting.
ThreatX automatically learns normal application behaviors and traits to establish baselines for the application. This can allow staff to identify any anomalous behavior that could be an early sign of attack.