We’ve built an amazing product that we are constantly iterating and innovating in order to keep up with the evolving threat landscape. We now monitor more than 14 billion transactions per day across multiple industries in nearly every part of the world and protect many of the largest and most well-known global brands, including Microsoft, Sony, Dropbox, Amazon, and more.
At Arkose Labs we also pride ourselves on being true partners with our customers; we are vested in their success and see ourselves as an extension of their teams. We work hand-in-hand with customers to ensure their users are protected and attacks are stopped.
That’s why we are willing to put our money where our mouth is. Very few vendors stand behind their product claims in a real and tangible way. Until now.
Arkose Labs is proud to announce that we are now offering an industry-first warranty against automated credential stuffing attacks. This warranty provides commercial assurance that Arkose Labs delivers the most robust protection against credential stuffing attacks available on the market today. This offering is baked into our top-tier professional services agreement as part of our commitment to work hand-in-hand with clients to ensure the rapid remediation of attacks.
Some of the key aspects of the limited warranty include:
- Up to $1 million loss recovery
- 48-hour remediation guarantee
- Reduction in business risk exposure
- True Partnership with a vendor invested in your success
- Peace of mind with 24x7x365 protection
$1M Credential Stuffing Warranty Solution Brief
We believe that businesses deserve greater protection, commitment, and partnership from their security vendors to thwart attackers' efforts, and that is why we are extremely proud to launch this industry-first warranty guarantee. We stand behind the efficacy of our product and our ability to be true partners in our customer’s success.
If you aren’t yet a customer, please come join us. Request a demo to see how we can help you stop automated credential stuffing fraud, as well as bots, new account origination fraud, bonus abuse fraud, and much more.