Threat Insights: How are Cybercriminals Attacking Your Business?

Thursday, May 25th 2023 08:59 GMT / 09:59 CET

About this event

Is your bot management solution providing enough protection from ever-evolving threats? How can you be sure malicious bots aren’t harming your business, slipping through the cracks of blocking rules that need constant correction?

Netacea’s Threat Research team has gained access to covert cybercriminal marketplaces, allowing us unique insights on which businesses are falling victim to bots and even how many stolen accounts are for sale.

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Meet our speakers

  • Matthew Gracey-McMinn, Head of Threat Research, Netacea

    Matthew is an experienced Cyber Threat Intelligence professional with an MPhil from the University of Oxford. In his current role at Netacea, he researches and investigates the impact of malicious bots on online businesses and their customers. Matthew will provide unique insights into the stages, tactics and techniques bot operators use to exploit their targets, and the damage that they inflict.

  • Paulina Cakalli, Lead Data Analyst, Netacea

    Paulina works closely with Netacea's Data Science and Threat Research teams to develop new machine learning models for detecting anomalous web traffic. She is co-founder of BSides Tirana, an international security conference. Paulina will show real examples of bot behavior detected by the Netacea bot expert team and demonstrate how Netacea stays ahead of these threats.


  • In this webinar, you’ll hear:

    • How Netacea gathers threat insights from the dark web
    • The frightening ease with which criminals prepare and launch attacks
    • The scale of the damage these attacks cause can to your business
    • Why your current bot defenses are falling short