Why are bots a threat to eCommerce in 2020?
Explore the bot landscape with retail leaders and bot experts
When: 4pm (GMT+1), Thursday 14th May. Find my timezone Up to 40% of traffic to an eCommerce site consists of automated bot traffic, but many eCommerce sites lack the visibility required to accurately identify human traffic vs. good and bad bots. Malicious bots target Retail organizations with price scraping, carding and credential stuffing attacks as they seek to access customers' accounts to make fraudulent purchases and acquire the loyalty points they hold. It is vital that Retail businesses strive to understand bots to protect their customers, availability, profitability and ability to make decisions using accurate data. Join us for our LIVE webinar on Thursday 14th May, when we’re bringing together guest speakers from leading eCommerce organizations to discuss what bots mean for them in 2020, the challenges facing technology leaders and their approaches to managing bot traffic. During the webinar, you will:
- Hear from leading eCommerce businesses on what bots mean to them
- Learn about the latest wave of sophisticated bots targeting eCommerce organizations
- Hear real-world examples for tackling malicious bots in Retail
- Discover how attackers are evading your existing defences
- Receive practical steps for managing bots in Retail
Branwell Moffat Director of CX Consulting at KPS DigitalBranwell is a highly technical, strategic and business-focused customer experience consultant and business leader, with more than 20 years’ experience helping companies grow their eCommerce and omni-commerce businesses to generate annual revenues in excess of £500m.
Branwell is a well-regarded thought leader in eCommerce in his capacity as a regular contributor on SAP’s Future of Customer Engagement and Commerce website.
Scott Pendlebury Head of Threat Research, NetaceaScott Pendlebury is a seasoned Cyber Threat Intelligence professional with over eight years of operational experience. In his current role at Netacea, he researches and investigates the impact that bot operators make to the security of businesses and their customers. In his previous role at Fujitsu's Advanced Threat Centre he was the Principle Threat Intelligence Analyst in the Cyber Threat Intelligence team specializing in incident response, threat hunting, malware analysis and digital forensics.
In 2015 he was seconded to the UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) as a Fusion Analyst which involved the response to incidents of national significance.
Daniel Williams Head of DevOps at Belami eCommerceDan is Head of DevOps at Belami eCommerce, a California based online retailer and eCommerce services provider. Belami operates a collection of retail websites as well as running a proprietary platform for other retailers.