Why BOT Monitoring?
- Identify Blind Spots
When accessing a website’s bot data, users may find that certain pages are generating a lot of bot traffic while others are ignored. Monitoring bot activity will help spot those ignored webpages.
- Bad Bot Impacts Site Performance
Online, not every bot performs positive functions. Bad bots, the mischievous spam bots like click bots, download bots, and imposter bots can adversely affect the performance of your site, skew analytics, and expose your site to vulnerability. When bots ram some pages on a website during different hours, the end-user experience is drastically reduced.
- Better SEO
Where search engine optimisation is concerned, a well-organized site will often perform better. Site owners need to have easily accessible their most relevant content from their homepage. Bot activity analysis will help website owners identify important pages that need better internal links
With the advent of the dark web scores of threats have surfaced over the digital space.
The dark-nets which constitute the Dark Web include small, friend-to-friend peer-to-peer networks, as well as large, popular networks like Freenet, I2P, and Tor, operated by public organizations and individuals.
TIKAJ provides monitoring of various forums, use-nets, blogs to customers based on their specific needs, which arms our customers to proactively detect threats.
Modern cyber attackers are advanced, well-funded, well-organized and use highly targeted techniques that reveal security strategies only to technology. Organizations need to consider how they think, how they work and what they want to do to identify and deter the attackers. But the word security threat leads many people to think about feeds on danger and stop there.
TIKAJ’s Threat Intelligence provides a multi-layered approach to using intelligence within your security organization. TIKAJ’s threat intelligence provides an unique combination of threat feeds, intelligence and operation intelligence to monitor various platforms to take proactive measures rather than reactive measures