5 Emerging Cybersecurity Threats: Prepare Now for 2023

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Kevin Gosschalk, CEO of Arkose Labs and Brett Johnson, Chief Criminal Officer

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Cybersecurity is a game of cat-and-mouse in which organizations and attackers compete to outwit one another. But as 2023 approaches, effective bot mitigation and account security have never been more important because the stakes are so high. Data security and risk management are board-level issues, and CISOs must protect online revenue, reduce the risk of data breaches, and improve operational efficiency. In this webinar, we will look at Arkose Labs’ top cybersecurity trends and forecasts for 2023, including: •Social media account takeovers, specifically targeting crypto scams •Refund and Rewards fraud •Denial of Inventory bots •Cybercrime-as-a-Service (CaaS) solutions, including Phishing as a Service (PhaaS) •An increase in ideological attacks targeting nontraditional ideological targets such as banks, fintechs, retailers, etc. Join us on December 15 to hear Kevin Gosschalk, the CEO of Arkose Labs, and Brett Johnson, the Chief Criminal Officer, talk about these predictions and how organizations can get ready to deal with these threats.
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