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Bad Bots are Striking Back and Ruining the Internet

One in every four web requests is a bad bot looking to hurt your business. From price scraping to credential stuffing, bots are all over your website and mobile app. In today's environment, bad bots are also trying to legitimize their behavior. Data from Imperva's annual “Bad Bot Report,” prepared by its threat researchers, will explain what bots are doing and why you should be concerned.

Join Imperva and a leading Forrester Analyst to learn more about the bot problem and understand the latest data from the Bad Bot Report 2020.

Key takeaways will include:
•How Forrester sees the bot problem and the solutions available to you.
•The current state of the bot landscape supported by data from Imperva’s annual “Bad Bot Report 2020”
•Why bot operators are actively trying to rebrand
•How to enhance security and protect against bad bots with an Advanced Bot Protection solution
Recorded May 5 2020 55 mins
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Edward Roberts, Director, Product Marketing, Imperva and Amy DeMartine, VP, Research Director, Forrester
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