Webinar: How Will Bots Impact Your Business in 2023?

30th November 2022
14:00 GMT / 15:00 CET
Webinar

Take a deep dive into the bot threat landscape – from 2022’s big trends through to analyst predictions for the year to come – with researchers and experts on the front line.

In this can’t-miss webinar, Forrester senior analyst Janet Worthington presents the acclaimed research group’s findings into the most prolific and damaging bot attack types of 2022. Netacea co-founder Andy Still is also on hand to reveal how the developing bots-as-a-service ecosystem has impacted businesses, and what threats organizations must watch out for in 2023.

Plus, to demonstrate how easy it is to carry out a bot attack, Netacea’s head of threat research Matthew Gracey-McMinn presents a live credential stuffing attack, revealing just a few of the tools readily available within a few clicks.

Speaker

janet worthington

Janet Worthington

Senior Analyst, Forrester
Matthew Gracey-McMinn

Matthew Gracey-McMinn

Head of Threat Research, Netacea
Andy Still

Andy Still

CTO & co-founder, Netacea

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