Bot Management Masterclass: 5 Key Principles to Win Against Bots - EMEA

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David Senecal, VP of Architecture & Research at Arkose Labs

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Despite the myriad of bot prevention solutions and investments businesses are making to tackle this growing (and evolving) problem, we are far from winning the battle. In fact, bots are more intelligent – and fraudsters more determined – than ever before. This means that fraud and security teams are wasting resources on headaches like false positives and negatives despite using prevention tools. On August 3rd, David Senecal, VP of Architecture & Research at Arkose Labs is hosting a Bot Mitigation Masterclass that will arm you with 5 key principles of building a dynamic bot detection and response strategy that improves detection rates, increases decision confidence, and puts you in a more defensible position against bots. Sign up for the masterclass to learn: - Important signals to distinguish a bot from a good user - What to look for in risk scoring models to increase decisioning confidence - Why reporting and data signals are critical - Creating a CAPTCHA response strategy that is both effective and user-friendly - How to detect and defend against computer vision and CAPTCHA solver services About David Senecal David Senecal is passionate about detecting and preventing online fraud and abuse, with 20+ years of experience working with web performance, security and enterprise networking technologies through various roles (support, integration, consulting, development, product management and architecture).

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Arkose Labs is the global leader in providing account security and bot management. The company’s unique detection and mitigation platform stops bad actors from attacking a consumer’s login and/or sign-up function on a B2C company’s website and app. Arkose Labs detects the most prevalent and costly types of online attacks today: credential stuffing, account takeovers, fake new account registration, phishing, IFRS, etc.