F5 introduces Shape AI Fraud Engine (SAFE), a new SaaS solution that eliminates fraudulent online transactions that get past existing fraud tools. SAFE utilizes a battle-tested AI engine to evaluate each online transaction across a variety of telemetry, environmental, and behavioral signals to accurately understand user intent and block human fraudsters before the fraud occurs.
Elizabeth Buse, former CEO of Monitise PLC, a global mobile banking and payments company, has been appointed to F5's Board of Directors. Ms. Buse brings broad financial services industry expertise and public company board experience to F5.
F5 announced that it will participate in Citi’s 2020 Global Technology Conference, conducted virtually.
F5 Networks, Inc. today announced that it will participate in KeyBanc Capital Markets’ Future of Technology Series, conducted virtually.
F5’s latest Curve of Convenience 2020 report shows that application users in Asia Pacific routinely overlook high-profile breaches in favor of seamless user experience; seven in ten consumers knowingly share or store personal data on applications to enjoy personalized experiences.
New Bahrain Silverline Point of Presence (PoP) to improve application performance and reduce latency for customers across the Middle East, Africa, and surrounding regions.
With Silverline Shape Defense, a fully managed service from F5, customers can better focus on their users and safeguard businesses against bots, credential stuffing, scraping, and other automated attacks that result in fraud and abuse—leading to compromised efficiency, loss of revenue, and damage to the brand.
F5 today announced it will report its third quarter fiscal year 2020 financial results on Monday, July 27, 2020 following the market close.
Yuichi Gonda, Regional VP at F5 Networks Japan, commented: “We are delighted to be supporting Rakuten Mobile on their 5G journey to becoming a global telco provider. This demonstrates how F5 solutions deliver and protect apps—from code to customer, reducing telcos’ operational complexity and costs.”