Last year we found bots cost businesses around 3.6% of their revenue, enough to mean the difference between profit and loss. We also discovered many common misconceptions about the nature of bots and how to prevent attacks.
A year on, what’s changed? Is there a better understanding of how these attacks work? Are businesses fighting back, or losing the war?
We commissioned independent B2B research specialists Coleman Parkes to survey 440 businesses based in the USA and UK across travel, entertainment, eCommerce, telecommunications and financial services to find out how businesses are dealing with bot attacks in 2022.
Join our panel of security experts as they pick apart the results and ask whether businesses are moving fast enough to win the war on bots.
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Meet our speakers
Cyril Noel-Tagoe, Principal Security Researcher, Netacea
Cyril spends his time researching, speaking, and writing about malicious automated threats and other cyber security topics. He comes from a security consulting background, having advised financial services organizations on a range of technical and non-technical cyber security domains in a previous life.
James McQuiggan, Security Awareness Advocate, KnowBe4
James McQuiggan has over 20 years of experience in cybersecurity. He is currently a Security Awareness Advocate for KnowBe4, where he is responsible for amplifying the organization's messaging related to the importance of, the effectiveness of, and the need for new-school security awareness training within organizations through social media, webinars, in-person presentations, industry trade shows and traditional media outlets. McQuiggan is also a part-time faculty professor at Valencia College in the Engineering, Computer Programming & Technology Division. Within the Central Florida community, he is the president of the (ISC)2 Central Florida Chapter and a member of the Trustee Board for the Center for Cyber Safety and Education.
Dr Kiri Addison, Senior Product Manager, Mimecast
Kiri Addison is a Threat Detection and Efficacy Product Manager at cybersecurity specialist company, Mimecast. She works closely with engineers, threat researchers and data scientists on Mimecast’s security products to adapt them to defend against new and evolving threats. Previously, she was Head of Data Science for Threat Intelligence and one of her current areas of focus in her role as a product manager is to develop innovative products that utilize AI/ML. Kiri also worked in the public sector where she was responsible for creating systems to detect and prevent cyber-attacks and fraud. Her academic background includes a PhD in Physical Chemistry, a Master’s degree in Physics & Astrophysics and an MBA.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
How bot operators are taking advantage of a post-pandemic world
How bot attacks have evolved in the last 12 months