Whatjobs Partners IP Quality Score to Eliminate Job Click Fraud

July 25 14:58 2022
Advanced job search site, WhatJobs, completes a successful pilot scheme with IP Quality Score, a leading online cybersecurity company, to eliminate job click fraud across their global network

The team at WhatJobs recently reiterated its commitment to delivering the best possible job search experience to platform users after completing a pilot scheme with IP Quality Score (IPQS). WhatJobs.com has grown to become one of the most sought-after platforms for job seekers, hosting millions of online recruitment ads from a multitude of sources, including a plethora of leading employers and job boards.

Over the last few months, many of our clients were reporting to me that our competitors were not performing well and that they believed that this was down to an influx of robotic traffic. Although WhatJobs was not receiving any negative feedback about the quality of our traffic, I decided to prevent this from happening instead of looking for a cure later down the line,” said Alex McDowell, Global Partnerships Director. “After careful consideration, I awarded IP Quality Score the contract to manage our cyber security and the results were immediate. Within weeks we started to hear from our clients that our traffic had improved with several large job boards telling us that we were their best-performing traffic provider.”

Job click fraud remains one of the biggest challenges faced by millions of job seekers worldwide, especially individuals using job search engines. Over the years, a plethora of possible solutions have been developed to detect bots and put an end to the activities of cybercriminals. Unfortunately, the increasing sophistication of software applications has made it even more difficult for job sites to detect such activities. However, WhatJobs is leaving no stone unturned to ensure the detection of malicious acts with the partnership with IPQS further substantiating this claim.

What jobs and IPQS have integrated leading technology to ensure the mitigation of bots and sophisticated abuse, effectively detecting compromised devices or location spoofing. The technology used by IPQS, leveraging an agile approach for real-time bot mitigation, helps to detect all types of fraudulent traffic, notifying WhatJobs of the threat before it affects their client’s traffic numbers.

For further information about what jobs and the tons of job opportunities on the platform, visit – https://www.whatjobs.com/. What jobs also have a growing online community across social media, including LinkedIn and Facebook.


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