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Defending Against Automated and Bot Attacks

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Attacks by automated bots are becoming increasingly more prevalent, and used more and more to identify unprotected servers, and carry out attacks. As patches are issued and applied more rapidly, and zero-day vulnerabilities are stamped out by the software which they are exploiting, the capability of malicious bots launching mass attacks has become more prevalent.

In this webinar, we will look at the type of attacks that can come from malicious bots, how to defend against them and what the capabilities of an automated attack are.

Key takeaways:

  • What type of attacks come from a bot
  • How to defend against bot attacks
  • What the future of bot attacks looks like, and how to prepare the best defense
  • Best practice for protecting web applications and services

Speakers

Dan  Raywood

Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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