Bot fraudsters give human ones a run for their money

June 17, 2019 — With artificial intelligence added into the mix, bots are now able to mimic humans with greater accuracy, and make it look like someone is actually interacting with a form on a web page, creating a greater fraud risk. The cybercrime economy is estimated to reap $1.5 trillion in profits a year, according to a Bromium/Ponemon study. Those profits are in part achieved by bots and botnets, the automated workers of the internet.Here’s what Robert Capps had to say on the issue:

“While organizations are being blasted with bot attacks like credential stuffing and brute force attacks, they are missing the low and slow bot attempts that are cloaked behind the massive attacks that divert attention and resources”.
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