About this event
Covid-19 has created a surge of eCommerce activity over the last 12 months, resulting in digital retail sales exceeding $2 billion on more than 130 days in 2020, compared to just two days in the previous year. The global eCommerce market is predicted to reach $5.4 trillion by 2022, but with increased transactions comes more opportunity for bot activity.
Magento is used by more than 250,000 merchants around the world. Using the platform’s fleet of cloud-based omnichannel solutions, eCommerce businesses can unite the digital and physical shopping experience for their users. However, protecting your business from bot activity is crucial to optimizing this user experience, and Magento merchants face a range of security risks from threat actors every day.
In this webinar, Netecea’s Head of Threat Research and Head of eCommerce are joined by Magento specialist agency Gene Commerce to explore the astonishing scale of eCommerce growth over the pandemic, and how this equates to challenges faced by Magento websites from bots and automated threats.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
MATTHEW GRACEY-MCMINN | Head of Threat Research, Netacea
Matthew Gracey-McMinn is an experienced Cyber Threat Intelligence professional with an MSc from the University of Oxford. In his current role at Netacea, he researches and investigates the impact of malicious bots on online businesses and their customers. In his previous role at ReliaQuest, he was the Core Team analyst, working with the world's largest companies in responding to cybersecurity incidents, hunting for undetected attackers, identifying sub-optimal practices, and improving security models.
MATT PARKINSON | Chief Executive Officer, GENE Commerce
Matt Parkinson is the CEO of GENE Commerce, an eCommerce agency specializing in delivering high-performing Magento sites and software for ambitious clients worldwide. GENE is also the agency behind the Braintree extension for Magento 2, used by thousands of merchants worldwide.
Helping businesses to advance protections against malicious bot activity.
Netacea has re-invented bot detection, creating new detection techniques that can detect and categorise more malicious bot activity with lower false positives than other techniques, constantly preventing malicious attacks.
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