Man vs. Machine: How to Win the Battle of the Bots

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Bots can be of significant benefit to organization by automating repetitive tasks and providing faster customer service. However, they are also increasingly becoming a powerful tool for cyber-criminals and fraudsters to launch attacks. Given the more dangerous and ever-evolving digital threat landscape, it is critical that security and fraud teams can rapidly identify and block “bad” bots before they can steal data, commit fraud, or harm the business.

In this webinar, a panel of experts will highlight the growing use of bots in cyber-criminal activity and offer advice to security teams on mitigating this threat.

Attendees will learn how to:

  • Prevent excessive cloud charges and security team distractions due to bot traffic
  • Stop credential stuffing attacks that can lead to data breaches and account takeovers
  • Mitigate sophisticated fraud that uses bots and automation to imitate human behavior

Speakers

Andy Barnard

Senior Sales Engineer, F5 Networks

James Coker

Reporter, Infosecurity Magazine

Professor Kevin  Curran

Senior IEEE Member and Professor of Cybersecurity, Ulster University.

Matt  Lorentzen

Principal Consultant, Cyberis

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