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ClearScore selects Netacea’s bot management solution

By Megha Bhattacharya

October 26, 2020

  • Clearscore
  • Netacea
  • UK
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UK-based free credit score and credit marketplace ClearScore has selected bot management solutions provider Netacea for protection against credential stuffing attacks and account takeovers. The partnership will see ClearScore use Netacea’s Intent Analytics to accurately distinguish bots from humans and give genuine users access. The company will also be able to enhance its online security from web application firewalls, rate limiting, and similar techniques to a more sophisticated machine learning-based solution that can quickly evolve to protect against the current threat landscape of bots.

Klaus Thorup, Chief Technology Officer, ClearScore, commented, “At ClearScore, we deal with highly sensitive credit report data every minute of every day. In the wrong hands, this data has the potential to have a negative impact on our users’ personal finances, so we go to great lengths to ensure their data is safe with us. Though our security systems are extremely robust, it’s critical that we protect against user credentials that have been stolen from elsewhere on the Internet being used for account takeover. As a fast-growing business, it’s critical that we maintain our users’ trust to continue our growth.

“Solutions such as rate limiting and blacklisting IP addresses are only of limited use and can prevent genuine users from gaining access. Working with Netacea means we can stay one step ahead of criminals even as they change how they operate—and we can focus on giving our users the best possible service.”

ClearScore provides its users with simple access to their credit score and report for free and provides financial product recommendations tailored to their credit report. Its ClearScore Protect product also provides “dark web monitoring” that can check if passwords and usernames have been stolen and are being traded online.

Andy Still, Netacea’s Chief Technology Officer, commented, “Credential stuffing and account takeover attacks are a worry for any business, but especially for those who are dealing with sensitive information on behalf of their users. Working with ClearScore means working with a business that is dedicated to delivering its innovative services in a way that keeps its users safe.”

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