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The Anatomy of an Account Takeover Attack


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Sponsored by ARKOSE LABS

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
3 p.m. ET

David Senecal of Arkose Labs takes a deep dive into the various steps of account takeover fraud. With analysis of the economics that fuel attacks, the different routes to monetization, and the nuances of ATO across various industries, this is not a session you want to miss.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How account takeover attacks are carried out in various different industries
  • How fraudsters target network and system admin accounts to launch attacks
  • The key to keeping all login endpoints safe and secure
David Senecal
Sr. Director of Product Architecture - Arkose Labs
Sr. Director of Product Architecture - Arkose LabsSr. Director of Product Architecture - Arkose LabsSr. Director of Product Architecture - Arkose Labs

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