fraud security vendors, the SecureSphere WAF can transparently identify and help to stop fraudulent transactions. ThreatRadar Fraud Prevention also provides monitoring and enforcement capabilities, allowing businesses to centrally manage SecureSphere WAF and fraud policies together. ThreatRadar Account Takeover Protection is designed to protect Web application accounts from being compromised by cybercriminals. ThreatRadar Account Takeover Protection combines awareness of credentials known to be compromised, knowledge of login device reputation and risk, detection of credential stuffing and dictionary attacks against passwords, and analysis of behavior across multiple devices and accounts. These capabilities combine to identify account takeover attempts and compromised accounts, and protect against hackers before they gain access to protected web applications and services. This real-time threat intelligence, combined with the existing ThreatRadar Reputation and Bot Protection services, enables SecureSphere Web Application Firewall to protect against account takeover attempts, and limits the ability of cyber criminals to access critical data and perform fraudulent transactions. CounterBreach CounterBreach: designed to protect enterprise data from theft and loss due to compromised, malicious and careless users CounterBreach uses machine learning to analyze how users access data to spotlight dangerous data access and use. CounterBreach complements machine learning with non-invasive deception technology to identify compromised end-point devices. By learning normal data access patterns and then finding anomalies, CounterBreach proactively alerts IT teams to dangerous behavior. CounterBreach provides a multi-layered solution that provides direct visibility into which users access what data, giving IT organizations insight into the ‘who,’ ‘what’ and ‘when’ of access to sensitive information; combines the company’s expertise in monitoring and protecting data with advanced machine learning to spotlight dangerous user data access activity and applies non-invasive deception techniques to identify compromised end-points. CounterBreach is undergoing beta testing and is expected to be made generally available in the first half of 2016. Incapsula Incapsula Infrastructure Protection: Safeguards critical network infrastructure from volumetric and protocol-based DDoS attacks Incapsula Infrastructure Protection helps protect elements of an organization’s critical infrastructure, including Web, email and FTP, across entire subnet ranges. In the event of a DDoS attack, traffic is re-routed through Incapsula scrubbing centers using Border Gateway Protocol announcements. From that point on, Incapsula acts as the Internet Service Provider and advertises all protected IP range announcements. All incoming network traffic is inspected and filtered, and only legitimate traffic is forwarded to the enterprise network via Generic Routing Encapsulation tunneling. Incapsula Website DDoS Protection: Detects and mitigates DDoS attacks launched at Websites and Web applications Incapsula Website Protection uses DNS redirection to persistently reroute Website traffic (HTTP/HTTPS) through the Incapsula network. Once traffic enters the Incapsula network, it is subject to progressively more stringent layers of inspection. Using security rules and challenges, Incapsula ensures that DDoS attack traffic is identified and filtered out, while allowing legitimate traffic to flow unhindered to protected websites. At the same time, Incapsula also masks the origin server IPs to counter direct-to-IP attacks. Incapsula Name Server Protection: Safeguards DNS servers from DDoS attacks Incapsula Name Server Protection service is deployed in front of protected DNS servers, safeguarding them from all types of DNS-targeted DDoS attacks. The service employs a combination of reputation and rate-based heuristics to inspect the incoming flow of DNS queries and filter out malicious DNS packets, without impacting the activities of legitimate visitors. Incapsula Website Security: Blocks attacks against Web applications to promote Website safety
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3400 Bridge Parkway
Redwood Shores, CA 94065
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