ShieldSquare named a Leader in The Forrester New Wave™: Bot Management Report, Q3 2018. Click to know more.

ShieldSquare named a Leader in The Forrester New Wave™: Bot Management Report, Q3 2018. Click to know more.

March 4 - 7

Booth #555 | Moscone Center | San Francisco

Secure Your Website, Mobile Apps and APIs Against Malicious Bots


The annual RSA Conference is a premier global event with an intense focus on all things related to digital security. We will be exhibiting our Bot Manager — a Leader in Forrester’s New Wave, Bot Management, Q3 2018 — and we’d like to discuss how we can help secure your website, apps, and APIs from the most advanced malicious bots that are attacking your business.

ShieldSquare Bot Manager leverages user intent and behavior analysis, device and browser fingerprinting, machine learning, and IP reputation to identify and block bad bots. Our proprietary Intent-based Deep Behavior Analysis (IDBA) technology uses semi-supervised models to help you detect sophisticated attacks. We analyze over 250 parameters from the user’s browser and app to build a unique digital fingerprint for each user. Our Bot Manager is versatile and can be deployed through our cloud connectors, web server plugins, REST APIs, a JavaScript tag, or even as a virtual appliance.

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ShieldSquare Protects You From

Credential stuffing and brute force attacks are used to gain unauthorized access to customer accounts.

Application DDoS attacks slow down web applications by exhausting system resources, 3rd-party APIs, inventory databases, and other critical resources.

Nefarious entities exploit API vulnerabilities to steal sensitive data (such as personal information and business-critical data), take over user accounts, and execute denial-of-service attacks.

Carders use bots to crack gift cards, identify valid coupon numbers and voucher codes.

Competitors deploy bots on your website to steal price information and influence your customers' buying decisions.

Fraudsters and third-party aggregators use bots to scrape content and illegally reproduce the stolen content on ghost websites.

Automated traffic on your web property skews metrics and misleads decision making.

Bad bots create false impressions and generate illegitimate clicks on publishing sites and their mobile apps.

Malicious bots deluge online marketplaces and community forums with spam leads, comments, and fake registrations.



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