John Chirhart, Arkose Labs; Jim Mortensen, Aite-Novarica Group; Patrick De Suza, CTO & Co-Founder, Grain
Almost 40% of all traffic on the internet is “bad bot” activity, and many of the most serious organizational risks are the result of bad bots.
CISOs know the risks are real, and the outcomes—including account takeover (ATO), credential stuffing, scraping, and scalping—are devastating.
Implementing a bot mitigation strategy is challenging when stakeholders—which may include infosec, product, growth, fraud, and risk—don’t understand the problem or agree about the risks. So, it’s difficult to get everyone on the same page.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- Why malicious bot management and mitigation is a topic that affects ALL departments
- How to achieve stakeholder buy-in when concepting and implementing a bot mitigation strategy
- Why organizations that share intelligence—among people, processes, and technology—are able to stay ahead of criminal forces