White Ops, a global leader in collective protection against sophisticated bot attacks and fraud, will deploy its customer datasets on Snowflake Data Marketplace, providing digital customer journey focused professionals with immediate and scalable access to detailed insights to visualize and stop fraudulent traffic and engagement.
Snowflake provides a single, integrated platform to help customers analyze disparate data sources in the cloud for faster and more cost-effective decision-making.
White Ops’ relationship with Snowflake means clients will be able to leverage White Ops bot mitigation service seamlessly and efficiently alongside additional data already hosted on the platform.
This availability will provide clients with immediate and secure access to data for evaluation and operationalization, eliminating the need for the extract, transform, and load (ETL) process.
Snowflake’s platform separates data computation from storage, giving users the ability to quickly and easily scale their resources for near-unlimited concurrent users.
The platform delivers governed access to all content across the three major cloud providers and serves as an integrated environment where clients can build data applications in a cost- and time efficient way.
Snowflake Data Marketplace features more than 100 data providers globally across multiple industries, including healthcare, technology, and finance.
“Since becoming Snowflake’s second customer in 2014, we realized then that they were a game changer in disrupting database tech. It matched our needs perfectly and helped us scale our business to where we now verify the humanity of more than 10 trillion interactions per week, protecting digital business everywhere from sophisticated bot attacks and fraud,” said Tamer Hassan, co-founder and CEO, White Ops. “Having our customer datasets readily available via Snowflake Data Marketplace accelerates our mission to disrupt the economics of cybercrime for the benefit of everyone.”
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