The Future of Attacker Automation and AI

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David Warburton, Director at F5 Labs, the Threat Research Division of F5 and Bryan Glick, Editor in Chief at ComputerWeekly

About this talk

Automation is a growing security problem that most organisations don’t recognise as many have no way of identifying which “users” are real humans and which are bots. Taking advantage of this blind spot, hackers can easily automate or scale attacks, imitate human mouse usage, or leverage AI tools like ChatGPT to assist in malicious coding and phishing campaigns. And, because moderate and advanced bots can easily evade your defences by posing as human users, MFA, WAFs, and CAPTCHAs are no longer enough to mitigate this threat. Watch this Fireside Chat featuring David Warburton, Director at F5 Labs, the threat research division of F5, and Editor in Chief at ComputerWeekly Bryan Glick to access an in-depth discussion on the state of attacker automation and learn how to shore up your app vulnerabilities against emerging threats. Additional agenda items include: • The type of attacks bots and automation are capable of • Future trend predictions for AI-based attacks • Why cloud migration complicates the bot defence process
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