What's in The Guide
Web traffic is made up of human and non-human visitors, but not all these sources are safe. Sophisticated bot traffic is on the rise and it is becoming increasingly difficult to differentiate the criminal from real customers.
Download your free copy of ‘The Managing and Mitigating Bots’ Guide and learn about:
- Misconceptions about bot traffic, both good and bad
- Malicious bots and the threat they pose to your website and customers
- How to defend against the most sophisticated threats
- How to create an automated bot management strategy
Managing and Mitigating Bots guide will help you identify which automated traffic is malicious and is perfect for professionals looking to implement a bot management strategy, tailored to the bot traffic on your website.
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Things That You Will Learn From the Guide
Analyse Bot Behaviour on Your Website
Bots often try to mask themselves. Uncover and examine even the most sophisticated threats.
How to Protect Your Website From Attacks
Reduce fraud, content theft, price scraping, account takeovers and credential stuffing.
Control Your Web Traffic
Manage bots in real-time and continue to allow people, partner and affiliate bots.
Find Out How Bots Affect SEO
Prevent skewed analytics and damage to your SEO, digital advertising and brand reputation.
How to Identify Unauthorised Bots
Spot the difference between human and non-human visitors. Protect your website, intellectual property and customer accounts.
Understand The Business Impact of Bots
Quantify lost revenue bandwidth consumption and the repercussion on performance.
About Andy Still
CTO & Co-Founder
Andy is a pioneer of digital performance for online systems. As Chief Technology Officer, he leads the technical direction for Netacea’s products, as well as providing consultancy and thought leadership to clients.
Andy has authored several books on computing and web performance, application
Manage and mitigate bot traffic by using the power of machine learning with behavioural analysis, to analyse behaviour, detect automated threats and prevent malicious attacks.