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Silver Tail Systems average salary is $80,000, median salary is $80,000 with a salary range from $80,000 to $80,000.
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Embedded Systems Engineer Ii 80,000-80,000 Seattle, WA, 98060 2011 Silver Tail Systems Embedded Systems Engineer Ii Salaries (1)
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  • Silver Tail Systems
  • Industry: Security Services
  • City: Palo Alto, CA
  • Silver Tail Systems provides 3rd generation fraud prevention for protection against business logic abuse.Hackers are no longer high school kids trying to one-up their friends or criminals trying to just break-in to sites. Instead, today¡¯s sophisticated hacker is organized crime, strategically targeting websites, stealing billions of dollars from companies and their customers. Vendors providing web application security and intrusion prevention have forced hackers to become much more innovative in their means of attacking websites. These hackers now target the legitimate business logic of websites to perpetrate their fraud, including hijack threats, automated programs for password guessing, mass registration of accounts