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How to Stop Malicious Bot Attacks

Malicious, automated bots now account for nearly 1/3 of all Internet traffic.

They’re targeting your web, mobile, and API application services for their financial gain. Traditional security tools have proven to be ineffective. Here’s a quick introduction to the problem and the game changing bot defense platform from Cequence Security.
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    Cequence Security
    Malicious, automated bots now account for nearly 1/3 of all Internet traffic.

    They’re targeting your web, mobile, and API application services for their financial gain. Traditional security tools have proven to be ineffective. Here’s a quick introduction to the problem and the game changing bot defense platform from Cequence Security.
Discover apps, detect attacks, and defend your business from bad bots.
Cequence Security, based in Sunnyvale, CA, is a venture-backed startup focused on delivering highly automated, application security software solutions for today’s hyper-connected organizations. Cequence is committed to developing solutions that will not only significantly strengthen the security postures of its customers, but will also deliver the automation needed to improve the productivity and efficiency of its IT staff. The Cequence Security leadership team previously contributed to the growth and success of Palo Alto Networks and Symantec.

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