Organizations’ online environments are increasingly being targeted by bots and automated attacks that lead to fraud – with seemingly endless evolving tactics that most security and fraud teams struggle to keep up with. But the first step to solving a problem is understanding it. The OWASP® Foundation works to improve the security of software through its community-led open-source software projects and is the de facto authority on bots and malicious automation.
Join this webinar to dive into OWASP Automated Threats (OAT) and get important guidance that you can immediately put into practice. You will gain a better understanding of automated attacks and how F5 Bot Defense mitigates them, and we’ll get real on some widely deployed security controls (apologies in advance to any CAPTCHA fans). We'll wrap up with an Ask the Expert Q&A with Dan Woods, F5 Global Head of Intelligence, and former FBI Special Agent and CIA Cyber-Operations Officer.
Overview of the OWASP Automated Threats project and ontology
Example scenarios and countermeasures (which security controls actually work?)
F5 Bot Defense: deploy anywhere and protect everywhere
Expert answers to your questions on bots and malicious automation
Solutions Marketing Manager, Security
Technical Marketing Engineer
Global Head of Intelligence