DataDome launches enhanced online fraud and bot management service
Software-as-a-service bot protection startup DataDome today announced a new version of its DataDome Online Fraud & Bot Management service.
The new solution provides more detailed, actionable insight into the specific threats faced by businesses and those that DataDome blocks in real time. It also offers a benchmark of how threat levels compare to others in their industry.
The user interface in the new release combines new insights with established customer favorites in a sleek new interface and notification platform. With one click, DataDome says, users can now dive into each attack to understand its trajectory better and report back with actionable insights around cyber threats.
A new data analysis engine allows users to understand at a glance across any or all endpoints, according to the company. Details include when an attack happened, its duration, where it originated from, the domains and specific endpoints targeted, the top five targeted URLs and how the threat level compares to similar attacks within the same industry.
Data lake exploration in the new release allows users to deep dive into detailed data, including IP addresses, countries of origin, user agents, referrer domains, rules, rule types and session IDs. The feature also allows users to try different scenarios instantly on 30 days’ worth of live traffic.
The release also offers enhanced access control. Organizations can define and activate a response strategy based on threat types, then let DataDome do the heavy lifting.
“By now, it’s well established that bots account for a significant portion of mobile and web traffic, and businesses are aware of the problem,” Benjamin Fabre, co-founder and chief technology of DataDome, said in a statement. “But knowing you have a problem and understanding the specific threats bots & online fraud represent are two different things.”
In May the company raised $35 million in new funding to scale up its global sales, marketing, delivery and research and development teams. Since that time, the company says, it has continued to grow.
DataDome’s AI-powered bot detection engine now processes more than a trillion pieces of data every day from 25 worldwide points of presence. The service provides full endpoint protection in real-time against online fraud, including web scraping, account takeover, Layer 7 distributed denial and service and payment fraud.
Investors in DataDome include Elephant, ISAI and 50 Partners.
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