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Attacker Economics: Hacker Cost vs Value

Major attacks, breaches, exploits, and malware are nearly a daily occurrence. The problem is two-fold, attacks are getting cheaper to perform and the value of stolen credentials is increasing daily. In this session, Jarrod Overson, Director at Shape Security, will reveal how cheap modern attacks have become and how cybercriminals bypass defenses like CAPTCHAs and browser fingerprints.

You will learn:

Why attackers are hyper-incentivized due to the dirt-cheap cost of attacks
How attacks have evolved over time and insights into where attacks are going
What cybersecurity and development teams must change to reflect the realities of attackers that won’t quit
Recorded Aug 28 2019 38 mins
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  • Attacker Economics: Hacker Cost vs Value Recorded: Aug 28 2019 38 mins
    Jarrod Overson, Director at Shape Security
    Major attacks, breaches, exploits, and malware are nearly a daily occurrence. The problem is two-fold, attacks are getting cheaper to perform and the value of stolen credentials is increasing daily. In this session, Jarrod Overson, Director at Shape Security, will reveal how cheap modern attacks have become and how cybercriminals bypass defenses like CAPTCHAs and browser fingerprints.

    You will learn:

    Why attackers are hyper-incentivized due to the dirt-cheap cost of attacks
    How attacks have evolved over time and insights into where attacks are going
    What cybersecurity and development teams must change to reflect the realities of attackers that won’t quit
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