3 Steps to Better Bot Management
Are you seeing the full picture when it comes to web and application security? Without fast and accurate data at your fingertips from the best bot management, it’s increasingly difficult to differentiate human from automated bot traffic on your web-facing applications.
Credential stuffing, account fraud and scraping attacks are a multi-billion-dollar business¹, with the scope for earning made increasingly simple by the vast number of internet users, availability of login credentials and the sheer volume of connected devices.
Automated traffic (made up of good and bad bots) typically accounts for over 50% of overall traffic and in 2018, Verizon reported that 81% of hacking-related breaches leveraged compromised credentials². According to Cisco, by 2022 there will be more than 28.5 billion global network connections³. That’s 256% more network connections than human beings on the planet.
In this guide, we look at what is motivating bot attacks and demonstrate the value of behavioural analytics and machine learning to protect your websites, mobile apps and APIs, as well as increasing your control and visibility of your online traffic.