INETCO cybersecurity solutions for gaming
Protect player’s data, gaming accounts, and business revenue from advanced cyber threats in real-time.
Your business depends on your online presence. Gamers demand a seamless gaming experience. INETCO BullzAI adds an essential layer of protection to help your team detect and block sophisticated cyber attacks in milliseconds, without interrupting your gamers or your revenue.
Block account takeovers and ransomware attacks
INETCO BullzAI performs continuous real-time screening for suspicious behavioural patterns and anomalies to detect account takeover fraud (ATO) or other identity/credential-based attacks. It automatically blocks those attacks.
Prevent interruptions from DDoS and bot attacks
INETCO BullzAI automatically detects and surgically blocks application layer attacks that block your critical infrastructure or take control of players. You are protected from DDoS, DDoS ransom, Bot, velocity, and APT attacks.
Protect gamer’s accounts and your revenue
INETCO BullzAI uses machine learning models and behaviour analytics to build user profiles on the fly and block criminal activity in real-time. The financial or personal data stored in your players’ profiles will be secure, as well as your earnings.
How we are different
Ensure all the bases are covered in protecting critical infrastructure
While standard solutions may only block malicious traffic at the network layer INETCO BullzAI Cybersecurity for Enterprise ensures protection from the network layer through to the application layer. It blocks cyberattacks that most cybersecurity solutions can’t detect.
Easy to implement and operate
While many solutions require some human intervention to block attacks or a data scientist to train models, INETCO BullzAI automatically assesses risk and takes action in milliseconds. It protects 24/7 and its ML engines self-trains, making your environment more resilient to cybercrime.
- Years providing the real-time operating solutions
- 2.5B+ transactions processed monthly
- Protecting customers in 35 countries