Better Credential Stuffing Defenses for Better Customer Protections
Date: Tuesday, January 25th at 10am PT / 1pm ET
Malicious bots make up a growing portion of internet traffic. As we know, those bots have an insatiable appetite for attacks, among the most noteworthy being credential stuffing. Get defenses wrong and not only will web experiences suffer but customers will have their accounts compromised.
In this webinar, we’ll look at the state of bot traffic looking to carry our credential stuffing and bot defenses that successfully reduce risk.
About the presenters:
Dan Gould, Product Marketing, Cloudflare
Dan Gould is a Product Marketing director at Cloudflare, working on the application security portfolio. Prior to Cloudflare, Dan kept busy at Illumio, Cisco and Sourcefire, touching on many key cybersecurity products and challenges. Dan is committed to—and humbled by—Cloudflare’s mission to build a better internet.
Neil Patel, Technical Marketing, Cloudflare
Neil is Senior Technical Marketing Manager at Cloudflare and has been a practicing Cybersecurity professional for nearly 10 years. Neil has spent his career working across various leading security products and vendors; presenting thought leadership and demonstrative content at both live and virtual events. His goal is to help security professionals better understand active threats and attacker techniques and, more importantly, how to protect against them. Personally he is an avid technology and automotive enthusiast, always looking for a new piece of technology to play with or his next project car.
Ben Solomon, Product Manager, Cloudflare
Ben is a Product Manager at Cloudflare and started his career with the company. He helps build anything related to bots — new analytics, machine learning models, and dashboard tools that stop bad bots. Ben also launched API Abuse Detection earlier this year. More broadly, he’s extending Cloudflare’s thought leadership in the API space and building security tools that are future-proof. In his free time, Ben writes hip-hop songs for studio artists (and even dabbles in recording himself).