Cyberattacks have rapidly evolved since the advent of online transacting almost 25 years ago, with attackers continually escalating and refining their techniques to protect their illicit revenue streams. Today, attackers and fraudsters can call upon a sophisticated suite of tools, including human-powered click farms, social engineering, and malware - all designed to defeat traditional defences such as WAFs and CAPTCHAs.
Shape Security protects web, mobile applications, and API endpoints from sophisticated automation attacks that would otherwise result in large scale fraud. To websites and mobile applications, cybercriminals can appear virtually identical to genuine users by hijacking their devices, simulating human behaviours, and masquerading with stolen user credentials. Shape solutions leverage artificial intelligence, machine learning, and powerful behavioural and/or environmental signals to accurately determine in real-time if an application request stems from a fraudulent source, and if so, how best to effectively mitigate it.
Beyond Shape's leading bot-mitigation solution, Shape is able to apply persistent and correlative manual fraud machine-learning algorithms that allow our customers to leverage the industry's cleanest human transaction and behaviour dataset in their fight against fraud.
To learn more, visit: www.shapesecurity.com
Larry Venter - VP Global Customer Success & Solution Engineering at Shape Security
Larry has run sales engineering and customer success teams for companies like PayPal, Microsoft, and eBay and has led the development and deployment of anti-fraud solutions in some of the world's fastest-growing fraud companies. His cross-industry experience, accrued whilst working across the full spectrum of company size, uniquely positions him to understand the mechanics behind fraudulent (synthetic and human) activities and speak to the benefit of frictionlessly legitimising users to drive better business results.
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