Protect your Users from Friendly Fire in the War on Bots

In a world where malicious bots roam the internet like hungry lions seeking vulnerable applications to devour, application owners are forced to make tough decisions between streamlined, user-friendly workflows and the need to interrupt user experience with bot protection techniques like CAPTCHA. We’re all tired of the user-experience of having ... Read More
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DDOS attacks and the 2020 election

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Ed Amoroso, Chief Executive Officer of TAG Cyber LLC, a global cyber security advisory, training, consulting, and media services company, recently published a great article on the potential for DDOS attacks to disrupt the upcoming election. In it, he gives great insight into how L3/L4 volumetric DDOS works and how they can ... Read More
Credential Stuffing

Haven’t you had your fill of credential stuffing?

Credential stuffing attacks are some of the most common bot-based threats facing applications today. Virtually any site or application with a login page is a potential target for credential stuffing. In this blog, we take a look at what credential stuffing is, how it can impact your apps and users, ... Read More
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Making the Change to Risk-Based AppSec

By focusing intently on risk-based security, ThreatX delivers a truly modernized approach to AppSec that enables our clients to manage their threat posture in a fundamentally different way. It lets us consistently recognize and stop more legitimate attacks for our customers, vastly reduce false positives, and significantly reduce the fatigue ... Read More

Meet PCI Requirements Consistently and Efficiently

Most any organization that stores, processes, or transmits payment card data is likely well aware of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). For these organizations, maintaining and documenting PCI compliance is an ongoing and often laborious process. ThreatX brings a new approach to application security that not ... Read More