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How to Defend Against the Attacker Who Doesn't Sleep

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Reports from earlier this year suggested that automated tools are increasingly being used more to identity unprotected servers, and carry out attacks. A lack of zero-day vulnerabilities and more efficient patching cycles have led attackers to utilize more sophisticated and automated tools.

Malicious bots can cause havoc by taking down applications, stealing data and creating fraudulent transactions which can cost companies millions. As a result, there is a need to defend against automated bots and the attacks that resonate from them, which can vary from DDoS to API-level attacks. In this webinar we will look closer at the type of attacks that can come from malicious bots, and what the defense can be when the aggressor is not on the other end of the line.

Key takeaways:

  • What sort of attacks come from a bot
  • How to defend against bot attacks, including DDoS and API attacks
  • Next generation bot mitigation challenges and solutions
  • Best practice for protecting web applications and services


Dan  Raywood

Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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