White Ops: HUMAN Application Integrity
Protect web and mobile applications from digital fraud and abuse
HUMAN is a cybersecurity company that collectively protects global enterprises and internet platforms from digital fraud and abuse. Sophisticated bots look and act like humans when they visit websites, fill out forms, take over accounts, scrape information, and commit payment fraud creating billions of dollars in losses for brands and consumers. We Stop Them.
HUMAN’S Human Verification Engine is powered by our Multilayered Detection Technology combining technical evidence, machine learning, threat intelligence, and continuous adaptation and solves top enterprise pain points through our product offerings.
Application Integrity is HUMAN’s tool for protecting websites and applications against fraud and abuse, including account takeover attacks, credential stuffing, new account fraud, and web scraping. We detect sophisticated bot activity by verifying the humanity of interactions (like signups and logins) through continuous adaptation and machine learning. Mitigating the threat of bot attacks helps protect your users’ privacy, preserves your brand’s reputation, and grants transparency into would-be threats—without impacting your overall user experience.
- HUMAN Application Integrity reporting data
Fields Included in transaction level view:
- Timestamp: The date and time of the event.
- Tag ID: The identifier of the HUMAN tag that detected the event.
- Tag Name: The name of the HUMAN tag that detected the event.
- Transaction ID: The unique identifier for the event.
- Site ID: The unique identifier for your website.
- User ID: The unique identifier for the user associated with the event, as configured by your HUMAN tag.
- Referring Domain: The domain that referred a user to the site of the event.
- Href Domain: The domain where the event occurred.
- Top Level Href Domain: The top-level href domain (without subdomain information).
- Top Level Ref Domain: The top-level referring domain (without subdomain information).
- Page: The webpage where the event occurred.
- Form ID: The unique identifier of the form where the event occurred.
- Device Type: The type of device where the event occurred (mobile web, desktop, etc).
- OS: The operating system of the device where the event occurred.
- Event Type: The specific type of user event being monitored (account login, password reset, etc), as configured by your HUMAN tag.
- Valid: A Boolean value that, when true, means that the event was identified as valid.
- Nonstandard: A Boolean value that, when true, means that the event was identified as nonstandard.
- Bot: A Boolean value that, when true, means that the event was identified as a bot.
- Threat Profile: The primary threat type associated with the event (valid, nonstandard, or bot).
- Threat Categories: Additional information about the event’s threat type, if applicable.
Example Use Case:
View breakdowns of valid, non standard and bot traffic by origin geography, threat profile and the threat factor observed. Then leverage this information to identify, monitor and mitigate threats to your web applications.
About the Provider:
White Ops is the global leader in collective protection against sophisticated bot attacks and fraud. We protect enterprises across the globe – including the largest internet platforms – from sophisticated bot attacks by verifying the humanity of more than five trillion online interactions every week. The most sophisticated bots look and act like humans when they visit websites, fill out forms, take over accounts, scrape information, and commit payment fraud. We stop them. White Ops recently received an investment by Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division and ClearSky Security to support the company’s next phase of growth. To learn more, visit www.whiteops.com.
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