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Account Takeover Prevention takes the prize!
By Netacea / 09th Jul 2019
At Netacea we are committed to developing truly pioneering bot management technology that helps businesses tackle malicious automated traffic.
We are thrilled to announce that on Thursday 4th July, our continued efforts towards innovation in threat detection were recognised by the prestigious Cyber Security Awards!
The Cyber Security Awards were established in 2014, to reward the best individuals, teams and companies within the cybersecurity industry. Excellence and innovation are core themes, throughout all categories. With independent, industry leading judges, companies are awarded prizes solely on merit.
And the winner is, Netacea!
In amongst fierce competition, we are delighted to have our account takeover prevention technology named 2019’s winner of the Innovative Product of Year for Threat Detection.
What does our account takeover prevention do?
Our bot management technology solves the complex problem of account takeover and malicious bot activity in a scalable, agile and intelligent manner, protecting organisations across their websites, mobile apps and APIs.
We take an innovative approach to account takeover prevention, harnessing the power of machine learning to analyse thousands of signals in real time to detect and mitigate bot attacks with incredible speed, accuracy and transparency. This allows organisations to offer a frictionless experience to real customers while confidently challenging and blocking attacks.
Time to celebrate
It’s wonderful for the hard work and initial success of the entire Netacea team to be publicly recognised. This award is a testament to everyone’s commitment to developing industry-leading technology that helps businesses take back control from bad bots.
Judge Karla Reffold, MD and Founder at BeecherMadden said:
"2019 was the best and most competitive year to date. All the categories have outstanding entries, representing the very best the industry has to offer. To win is a huge achievement as there are now so many accomplished people and organisations within cybersecurity.”