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  • March 12, 2017: TechBreakfast at SXSW

    March 12, 2017: TechBreakfast at SXSW

    Grab some breakfast and meet with Distil Networks at this year's TechBreakfast at SXSW

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  • Distil Networks Wins 2017 SC Magazine Trust Award for Best Fraud Prevention Solution

    Distil Networks Wins 2017 SC Magazine Trust Award for Best Fraud Prevention Solution

    At the recent 2017 SC Magazine Awards in San Francisco, Distil Networks was named the Winner for Best Fraud Prevention Solution. View why here.

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  • Don’t Let Account Takeovers Take Your Business Down

    Don’t Let Account Takeovers Take Your Business Down

    Account takeovers can lead to financial loss, reputation loss, image loss, site brownouts and much more. Download our eBook and start protecting your business today.

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  • Stop Web Scraping from Stealing Your Business

    Stop Web Scraping from Stealing Your Business

    Web scrapers can take your data and use it against you easily. All is not lost however - read our Ultimate Guide to Preventing Web Scraping and protect yourself today!

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  • Visit Distil Networks (booth S8-257) at the ICE Gaming Convention

    Visit Distil Networks (booth S8-257) at the ICE Gaming Convention

    Bad bots and fraudsters are impairing your online gaming websites. Find out how to mitigate it with Distil Networks at the ICE Totally Gaming 2017 conference.

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  • Re-thinking the Access Control List

    Re-thinking the Access Control List

    Distil launched web application security’s first Universal Access Control List - an update to outdated ACLs. Find out how Distil improved ACL to fight modern bots here.

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  • WEBINAR: How the BOTS Act Impacts Premium Onsales and the Ticketing Industry Ecosystem

    WEBINAR: How the BOTS Act Impacts Premium Onsales and the Ticketing Industry Ecosystem

    Join Distil Networks and Queue-it for a lively conversation on the evolution of good and bad bots, their impact on the ticketing ecosystem, legislation, and innovative onsale bot mitigation strategies

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  • Feb 27, 2017: Bot Defense Council in San Francisco

    Feb 27, 2017: Bot Defense Council in San Francisco

    Distil is hosting the annual summit meeting of the Bot Defense Council.

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  • Feburary 23, 2017: SC Congress in London

    Feburary 23, 2017: SC Congress in London

    Join Distil Networks in London for SC Congress hosted by SC Magazine for superior programming, a robust Exhibit Hall featuring today's leading brands in IT security.

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  • New Year’s Resolutions for IT Security Executives and the Cybersecurity Threats Facing Businesses in 2017

    New Year’s Resolutions for IT Security Executives and the Cybersecurity Threats Facing Businesses in 2017

    We asked 9 venture capitalists what they believe are the top cybersecurity and IT security threats for 2017. Read what they say here!

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  • 2017 Resolutions for IT Security Executives and the Biggest Threats Facing Companies This Year

    2017 Resolutions for IT Security Executives and the Biggest Threats Facing Companies This Year

    We asked 10 industry analysts and reporters their top security resolution for IT security executives, as well as the top IT security threats for 2017.

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  • How Distil Strengthens Advertiser Relationships for Real Good Media by Blocking Non-Human Traffic

    How Distil Strengthens Advertiser Relationships for Real Good Media by Blocking Non-Human Traffic

    By limiting non-human traffic, Distil improved ad interactions for agency Real Good Media's clients, such as Dailymotion and Sony Pictures. View the case study here!

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  • Why Bot Blocking Makes Sense for Publishers

    Why Bot Blocking Makes Sense for Publishers

    With advanced bots, publishers cannot fully normal users from non-human traffic and are losing out on revenue. Find out how this happens and how to solve it here!

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  • Building a Streaming Log Processing and Machine Learning System at Distil

    Building a Streaming Log Processing and Machine Learning System at Distil

    We decided to upgrade the Distil Machine Learning system to a distributed Kafka and Storm based computing system in our data center. View why and how we did it here.

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  • Infographic: Can You Trust a Bot?

    Infographic: Can You Trust a Bot?

    Humans only make up 54% of total web traffic while bots make up the rest. Are bots bad though? View the differences between good and bad bots here in our infographic.

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  • Structure Security and Distil: Are Bot Operators Eating Your Lunch?

    Structure Security and Distil: Are Bot Operators Eating Your Lunch?

    We recently presented a talk on top automated threats at the Structure Security Conference. View the video here and change the way you think about Web Security.

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  • Reviewing IoT Security Vulnerabilities: The Real Cost of Interconnectivity

    Reviewing IoT Security Vulnerabilities: The Real Cost of Interconnectivity

    Technology has improved greatly since 2007 with billions of interconnected devices, but IoT security standards have not. View why and how to protect your devices here.

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  • The 2016 Better Online Ticket Sales Act and Advanced Persistent Bots

    The 2016 Better Online Ticket Sales Act and Advanced Persistent Bots

    On September 12th, the U.S. Government approved the BOTS Act, to prevent online ticket bots from scalping. Is this measure enough to stop them? Find out here.

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  • Shortening the Rust Edit/Feedback Cycle

    Shortening the Rust Edit/Feedback Cycle

    Casey Robinson discusses one of the most common frustrations when working with rust, the speed of the compiler.

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  • The Rise of the Bot

    The Rise of the Bot

    As reported on Network Computing, advanced persistent bots use deception & evasion to avoid detection.

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