An effective ATO prevention strategy decreases costs and increases revenue by stopping fraud without user friction.
ATO continues to be the most prevalent and expensive attack targeting financial institutions, e-commerce and many other organizations. According to Javelin Strategy and Research, in their 2021 Identity Fraud Study, ATO fraud resulted in over $6B in total losses in 2020.
What’s the challenge? Consumers are demanding more digital services and convenience, so you must achieve the right balance between a frictionless customer experience and protection from ATO and other fraudulent schemes.
The F5 security and fraud solution provides real-time monitoring and intelligence to mitigate human and automated fraud before it impacts the business—without disrupting the customer experience.
With a unified telemetry platform, F5 is uniquely positioned to stop ATO with defense that adapts to changes in attack patterns and retooling, industry-leading fraud detection rates, and the power to eliminate customer friction.
The result? A frictionless but secure customer experience which delights customers, promotes brand loyalty, and drives business revenue—while also reducing operational cost.
Commoditized bots are easy to stop with most solutions. You need better protection to stop sophisticated automated attacks—the source of most fraud costs.
Protect your web and mobile applications and API endpoints from attacks that may start with simple automation but escalate to advanced emulation of human behavior.
F5 solutions defeat credential stuffing by continuously monitoring for compromises across a collective defense network. These solutions use durable network, device, and environmental telemetry signals to accurately detect anomalous behavior.
The F5 platform blocks more than two billion fraudulent login attempts and other transactions every 24 hours and protects 200 million+ legitimate transactions every day.
The unique telemetry signals collected and applied to our AI/ML engine enable our solution to detect and stop fraud at multiple stages of the fraudster’s kill chain—whether automated or manually driven.