Cequence Security, the pioneer of Unified API Protection, is the only solution that unifies API discovery, inventory tracking, risk analysis, and API compliance with proven, real-time threat protection against ever-evolving API attacks. Cequence Security secures more than six billion API calls a day and protects more than two billion user accounts across our Fortune 500 customers. The Cequence Unified API Protection (UAP) solution enables security teams to manage through the entire API protection lifecycle to protect against attackers and eliminate unknown and unmitigated API security risks that can lead to data loss, fraud, and business disruption. The Cequence UAP solution provides three integral components, API Spyder, API Sentinel, and Bot Defense that target every stage of the API protection lifecycle, ensuring that customers have one solution to address all their API security issues. Cequence UAP starts with first understanding your API attack surface through API Spyder, which starts mapping out all your APIs that exist within your known and unknown application infrastructure. This ensures that security teams have a continuous mechanism to capture unmanaged shadow APIs that are implemented by internal departments that never notify the security team of their existence. API Sentinel enables security teams and development teams to work collaboratively to directly address surfaced security issues within your runtime APIs that could potentially lead to an API exploit. Remediating these security issues ensures that your production APIs do not have any vulnerabilities that could be exploited by a cybercriminal. Finally, Bot Defense provides the final layer of defense, offering real-time detection and mitigation of API threats. Bot Defense is powered by CQAI, an ML-based analytics engine that can determine in real time if application transactions are from malicious or legitimate end users. It can mitigate a wide variety of cyberattacks that include online fraud, business logic attacks, exploits, automated bot activity, and OWASP API Top 10 attacks.