What more Bots than Humans Online Means for the Internet

Presented by: Brady Harrison The majority of everyday interactions on the internet are no longer human. The majority of comments on videos, posted reviews, attempted purchases, even watched ads are more often than not automated scripts, bots, and virtual machines pretending to be human. This tipping point in the source of internet traffic is known as the "internet inversion." While bots have made up the majority of internet traffic for years, the recent dominance of malicious bots has resulted in hundreds of millions of fraud and losses each year with no sign of slowing down. If you are interested in learning how bots are identified and ultimately stopped, join Sr. Data Analyst Brady Harrison in breaking down how these bots are shaping the future of the internet regarding fraud, content moderation, monetization, and more! About Brady Harrison: Brady Harrison is a Sr. Data Analyst specializing in fraud mitigation and performance at Kount. Via machine learning, data analytics, and research he ensures customers can scale their business while maintaining an appropriate risk posture against cybercriminals. With a passion for security and curiosity for all things cybercrime he is a multiple time panelist on fraud mitigation and risk covering a variety of topics from refund fraud to account take over.
What more Bots than Humans Online Means for the Internet