User Credential Protection

Credential theft and monetization of credentials leads to fraud, lost revenue, and customer abandonment. F5 can help. 

Break the Cycle of Credential Theft to Prevent Business Compromise

Motivated and sophisticated hackers can now impersonate real customers to beat anti-automation defenses and commit fraud. Credential theft, monetization, and adaptation of credential-based attacks have created a lucrative cycle for attackers that threatens revenue, brand, and your bottom line. Prevent compromise, unauthorized use, and abuse of credentials without frustrating your real users and customers, with continuous monitoring and automated security.

How F5 Helps

Prevent theft and attempts to weaponize credentials

Attackers use various techniques to steal or trick users into revealing credentials. Preempt their efforts by performing real-time application-layer encryption, advanced obfuscation, and continuous monitoring of proprietary telemetry to neutralize compromise.

Disrupt monetization and ROI

Attackers with compromised credentials act swiftly, leveraging automation to carry out account takeover (ATO) and fraud using a variety of methods to circumvent mitigation countermeasures. Deter compromise with defenses that maintain resilience as attackers evolve.


Deploy effective protection

Motivated cybercriminals adapt their techniques to bypass your automation defenses and commit fraud by impersonating real users. Don’t settle for basic security that frustrates customers and fails to deter fraud. Deploy protections with the highest real-world security efficacy.


Ecosystem Integrations

F5 collaborates with the world’s leading tech companies to create joint solutions that protect the most valuable brands from bots, abuse, and fraud.




Your applications are some of your organization’s most valuable assets. In this virtual summit, we’ve brought together experts from across F5 to share the latest app security strategies and how F5 security solutions protect your applications from today’s advanced attacks and tomorrow’s emerging threats.