Mitigate complex bot attack spikes without disrupting online shopping
MAHWAH, NJ, May 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Radware® (NASDAQ: RDWR), a leading provider of cybersecurity and application delivery solutions, today announced that it has expanded its relationship with a leading multinational e-commerce company in an agreement to ‘one million dollars. The company purchased Radware Bot Manager and Managed Services to better protect its global e-commerce network and website traffic from cyberattacks. Industry Leader Also Uses Radware’s DefensePro® and Cloud DDoS Protection Service to protect its online infrastructure.
E-commerce company turned to Radware when another vendor’s bot management solution couldn’t handle spikes in fourth-generation distributed bots and couldn’t scale to meet needs of a large global network. The e-commerce provider’s global network, website traffic, and bot attacks were extremely complex and changing over time.
“Various parts of this e-commerce company’s online transaction process were being attacked by different methods and results, and exporting different sets of data,” said Gabi Malka, chief operating officer of Radware. “The Radware Bot Manager was successful in mitigating attacks while managing false positives so buyers making online purchases were not blocked or challenged. We won this deal because our client was impressed with our solution’s consistent performance, mitigation capabilities, and partnership. »
Radware Bot Manager offers comprehensive protection of web applications, mobile applications and APIs against automated threats such as bots. It offers precise bot management across all channels by combining behavioral modeling for granular intent analysis, collective bot intelligence, and fingerprinting of browsers, devices, and machines. To help organizations protect and grow their online operations, Bot Manager protects against Account Takeover, API Abuse, Scalping, Analytics Bias, Form Spam, Web Scraping, Carding and digital ad fraud.
Radware’s managed services include support from the company’s Bot Defense Lab, a team of experienced data analysts. This team is responsible for real-time threat monitoring, as well as analysis, investigation and response to malicious threats.
Radware was recently named a technology leader in Quadrant Knowledge Solutions’ 2021 report, SPARK Matrix: Bot Management. This is the second year in a row that Quadrant Knowledge Solutions has ranked Radware as a technology leader in its Bot Management category.
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