May 26, 2022 –Bot solutions have been around for over 10 years, but criminal bot operators always find ways to keep one step ahead. Today’s institutional bot strategy is no longer about preventing malicious bots; it’s about making it uneconomical to pursue an organization as a target. If criminal bot operators find their overtures and attack strategies against an organization are too difficult, they will move on to another, more vulnerable target.
This Impact Report shows how organizations can protect themselves from bot attacks. It explores the key trends within the bot detection and management market and discusses how technology is evolving to address market needs and challenges. This report also introduces organizations to bot prevention and management solution vendors and provides a high-level market analysis. Research is derived from interviews, surveys, and demonstrations of 10 vendor solutions, obtained from an upcoming Aite-Novarica Group Matrix Report on bot detection and management.
This 41-page Impact Report contains six figures and seven tables. Clients of Aite-Novarica Group’s Cybersecurity or Fraud & AML services can download this report and the corresponding charts.
This report mentions Adjust GmbH, Akamai Technologies Inc., Arkose Labs Inc., Barracuda Networks Inc., BioCatch Inc., BotRx, Carnegie Mellon University, Cequence Security Inc., Check Point Software Technologies Inc., Cleafy, Cloudflare Inc., Cyberfend, Data Security Inc., DataDome SA, DataVisor Inc., Distil Networks Inc., Dyn Inc., EarthLink, F5 Inc., Fastly Inc., Fireblade, Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Google LLC, Human Security Inc., Imperva Inc., InfiSecure Technologies Inc., Integral Ad Science Inc., Intuition Machines Inc., Kasada Pty Ltd., MalCare, Mastercard Inc., Myra Security GmbH, Netacea Limited, Netscape, Neustar Inc., NuData Security Inc., Oracle Corp., PerimeterX Inc., Ping Identity Corporation, Radware Ltd., Reblaze Technologies Ltd., reCAPTCHA Project, SecuredTouch Inc., Shape Security Inc., ShieldSquare, Signal Sciences Corp., Solana, StackPath LLC, Swarm Enterprises, TransUnion LLC, Unbotify Ltd., and White Ops Inc.