About This Show
Founded in 2015 and formally launched in 2016 by Sean Martin, CISSP, and Marco Ciappelli, ITSPmagazine is an online InfoSec publication that brings together a select team of editors, journalists, and other industry professionals focused on Information Technology and IT Security and the influence that it has on our everyday lives – as individuals and as the Society we live in. And, for a change, the other way around.
Our mission is to raise awareness for cybersecurity and privacy by making it understandable, accessible, and part of everyone’s everyday life.
You will always find us At the Intersection of IT Security and Society™.
Most Recent Episode
Kevin Gosschalk chats with Sean Martin | Humans vs. Bots Online Battle - Most Of The Time We Lose
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Consumers and business all over the world find themselves in an online struggle - one might even say they are in an ongoing, online battle; a battle that seems to be intensifying beyond our wildest dreams.
In today’s episode, we won’t be dreaming. Rather, we are going to be looking at some real-world examples where bots are playing the online game against humans and businesses - and are winning far more often than we would like.
To tell these stories, ITSPmagazine's editor-in-chief, Sean Martin, is joined by CEO and founder of Australian-based company, FunCaptcha, Kevin Gosschalk. Kevin's company is dedicated to solving the hardest of the hardest problems in identifying humans and bots.
During our chat, which took place during the OWASP AppSec USA 2017 in Orlando Florida, Kevin shares some real cases where the bots are winning. Legacy technologies are leaving companies open to bad bot activity, oftentimes ruining their business and certainly sticking the consumers with the financial pain and frustration when trying to transact online. As you’ll hear from Kevin, some of the largest companies around the world are tackling this problem head-on. Once you hear his stories, you’ll know why.
Listen in and enjoy.
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