Distil Networks, the global leader in bot mitigation, publishes the most in depth analysis on the sources, types, and sophistication levels of automated attacks--and there are serious implications for anyone responsible for securing websites, mobile apps, and APIs. Join Paul and Rami as they reveal the data from Distil Networks’ 5th Annual Bad Bot Report, which is based on hundreds of billions of bad bot requests, anonymized over thousands of domains. Ask your questions and get guidance on the nature and impact of today’s automated threats to your business.
Key takeaways include:
- Types of bad bot problems, how they hurt your business, and signs you have a problem
- 9 things you must do to protect your business
- How your bad bot problem compares to your industry peers
- Which countries are the most blocked
- How bots mimic human behavior and what to look for
Date: Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Time: 3:00 PM Eastern / 12:00 PM Pacific
Paul Asadoorian is the Founder & CEO of Security Weekly, where the flagship show, "Paul's Security Weekly", has been airing since 2005. In 2016, Security Weekly grew into the first security podcast network and added shows like Hack Naked News, Enterprise Security Weekly, and more. Paul hosts the various shows here at Security Weekly, all dedicated to providing the latest security news, interviews with the industry's finest, and technical how-to segments. Paul is also the CEO of Offensive CounterMeasures, a software company dedicated to producing security products aimed at defenders.
Rami Essaid is the Chief Product and Strategy Officer and Co-founder of Distil Networks, the first easy and accurate way to identify and police malicious website traffic, blocking 99.9% of bad bots without impacting legitimate users. With over 15 years in telecommunications, network security, and cloud infrastructure management, Rami continues to advise enterprise companies around the world, helping them embrace the cloud to improve their scalability and reliability while maintaining a high level of security.