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Netacea launches global partner programme to bring bot mitigation to more
The programme will see Netacea work with providers that are looking to offer a more complete security solution, with the partner acting as referrer while Netacea provides the technology and works directly with the customer to implement the solution.
Bad Bots and DDoS fuel record cyber risk
"How many attackers are going to hide within this expected traffic spike?"
How to keep APIs secure from bot attacks
Despite rapid and widespread deployment, APIs remain poorly protected and automated threats are mounting. Personally identifiable information (PII), payment card details and business-critical services are at risk due to bot attacks.
Businesses unprepared for bot attacks, despite awareness
Many businesses are aware of the threat of bot attacks, but believe they have the problem under control and are not adequately prepared for the level of risk.
New detection tool aims to catch Twitter bots in real time
Twitter recognises that it’s hard to tell just how much misinformation is out there on social media.
Here’s how human-like bots perform online fraud
62.7% of bad bots on the login page can mimic human behaviour. That means these bots can take over user accounts or can even create fake accounts.
Automation Anywhere advances IQ Bot to extend Intelligent Document Processing
“IQ Bot’s latest release further simplifies the automation journey by empowering business users to easily harness AI and machine learning to rapidly automate document-centric processes by themselves."
Kiwi employees embracing a future of AI
Kiwi employees are the most secure in their roles when it comes to embracing artificial intelligence in the workplace, compared to all other countries surveyed including, Australia, USA, UK, Germany and Japan.
Huawei’s 10 megatrend predictions for 2025
The GIV predicts technology trends up until 2025, including 5G coverage, AI deployment, home robot adoption, and smart assistant use rates.
Barracuda launches bot protection feature for firewall offerings
Bots have evolved from using simple scripts to using sophisticated tactics such as headless browsers and machine learning to break through traditional application security defences.
Freshworks enhances its AI-powered Omnibot
“The predictive engagement engine by Freshworks helps sales personnel identify and capitalise on opportunities."
IDC: Top 10 trends for Australia’s digital transformation
The CDO title is declining, 35% of us will be working with bots, the Net Promoter Score will be key to success, and more.
IDC: Top 10 trends for NZ’s digital transformation
The CDO title is declining, 40% of us will be working with bots, the Net Promoter Score will be key to success, and more.
Interview: Inside the crybercriminal gig economy for bots
Techday spoke to Akamai Asia Pacific security technology and strategy head Fernando Serto about how organisations are being impacted.
The nine for ‘19: Citrix’s top nine tech trends for 2019
Instead of delivering the usual 'Top 10', Citrix's CTO has shared his take on the top 9 trends that will be crucial in 2019.
Exclusive: SailPoint CEO on why bot identities need to be scrutinised
Bots today have access to mission-critical systems, applications and data, just like any other user within the organisation.
SailPoint updates IdentityIQ to expand definition of digital identities
The update gives enterprises the ability to govern non-human identities such as software bots, including robotic process automation (RPA) bots.
How businesses can prepare their contact centre for a bot/AI environment
Bots are becoming a new reality that is impacting the way businesses approach customer service
'Honeypot' experiment exposes how hackers are doing their work
Cybereason created a fake financial services company with weak cybersecurity to reveal how cybercriminals are using bots to do all the grunt work.
Ivanti releases new cloud AI bot app for service management
Ivanti has released a new cloud-delivered artificial intelligence (AI) application for service management.
With $2.5m in its pocket, local security firm Kasada sets its sights on the US
Two Australian venture capital firms have raised $2.5 million for local cybersecurity firm Kasada, which will now set its sights on the US market.
Malicious 'bad bots' account for more web traffic than ever before
4% of bad bot traffic is made up of moderate or sophisticated bots, which evade detection by distributing their attacks over multiple IP addresses.
From Vietnam without love: Asia Pacific's next cyber attack hub
Vietnam may be called the next Silicon Valley for its technology prowess, but for the first time it is now one of the top five cyber attack sources.
The new normal: Robots, hyper-collaboration and smart meetings
It is the convergence of people plus, not versus, technology that are now working together.