Top 5 Attack Types to Watch This Holiday Season

Fraud
KPI/Analytics
Gift cards
Account Takeover
Botnets
Kevin Gosschalk -- Arkose Labs; Aaron Gale -- SafeCharge
Oct 23, 2019
Webinars
Many online retailers prepare for the holiday season by optimizing user experience, conversion flows, and marketing strategies. Unfortunately fraudsters are not sitting still; they are preparing to launch automated account takeovers and denial of inventory attacks, commit gift card fraud, and more. Between Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Singles Day, and the December holidays, online commerce reaches its absolute peak -- as does fraud. In this webinar, Arkose Labs and SafeCharge share insights on the most predominate fraud vectors to help companies prepare for this holiday season and protect both their business and their customers. The webinar wraps up with a brief Q&A period.

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