CISO’s Guide to Saving Costs in a Time of Shrinking Resources

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Ashish Jain, Chief Technology Officer of Arkose Labs and guest speaker, Forrester Principal Analyst Sandy Carielli

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CISOs face pressure with a wavering economy, double-digit cyberattack increases, and limited resources. How can they protect against ATO, credential stuffing, fake account creation, phishing, and IRFS threats while showing cost savings? Bot attacks have shifted in the last year. Adversaries use low-and-slow and hybrid attacks as well as volumetric assaults. Fake new accounts rose in H2 2022 and are increasing in 2023. Traditional bot detection and mitigation are weakening, so it's time for a rethink. Visionary CISOs are deploying holistic approaches, with great success using a variety of different risk signal types. One of the greatest opportunities lies in email intelligence. Email intelligence capabilities historically have been so costly to deploy that most enterprises use them only at the point of transaction. But, you don’t have to sacrifice security for cost. For the first time, email intelligence is available to enable formidable security at a reasonable price. In this case-study based webinar, we will look at bot attack trends, new detection capabilities, and fresh mitigation strategies that CISOs at the biggest B2C enterprises in the world are using to protect the online experience and save on downstream costs. Topics include: -Trends in bot detection and mitigation Stopping attackers at the front door before they commit fraud -Examples of how CISOs are using different risk signals, like those from email intelligence -The democratization of email intelligence, affordable pricing and teflon-tough security -Complementing your legacy cybersecurity strategies to save downstream costs Join Ashish Jain, Chief Technology Officer of Arkose Labs and guest speaker, Forrester Principal Analyst Sandy Carielli, on February 16 for a strategic conversation about bot mitigation and online account security approaches CISOs can take to significantly reduce downstream costs related to their cybersecurity strategy.

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