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January 05, 2016 10:02 ET

White Ops CEO Michael Tiffany to Address Security Vulnerabilities at CES 2016 CYBERSECURITY FORUM

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jan 5, 2016) - White Ops, the leader in online fraud detection for digital advertising, today announced that CEO and Co-founder Michael Tiffany will be participating in a panel, "Hacking for the Better Good," at CES 2016 CYBERSECURITY FORUM. The presentation will take place on January 6, 2016 at the Venetian in Las Vegas, NV.

In its debut at CES 2016, the CYBERSECURITY FORUM will set the pace for this year's security market -- where industry experts and tech visionaries will tackle past, present and future cybersecurity challenges. Tech talks from next-generation hackers and security companies include security guru Brian Krebs, who will provide insight to the unintended consequences of the interconnected digital world. White Ops' own Michael Tiffany will be participating in a panel discussion with other white hats who have found vulnerabilities in computer networks and devices that others have missed.

Hacking for the Better Good

  • Wednesday, January 6, 2016 at 4:15 p.m. PST
  • The Venetian Hotel, Level 4, Lando 4301
  • Moderator: Josephine Wolff, assistant professor, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Panelists: Lance James, chief scientist, Flashpoint; Michael Stawasz, deputy chief for computer crime, U.S. Department of Justice; and Michael Tiffany, CEO and co-founder, White Ops.

White Ops offers the world's first systematic, massively scalable, continuous anti-fraud solution for accurately isolating and eliminating bot-infected traffic. By applying the frictionless and invisible techniques of Side Channel Analysis across thousands of real-time user session variables, White Ops differentiates between a human and machine-driven request, across the full spectrum of impression and click fraud techniques -- regardless of the sophistication of the bot programmer and their attempts to adapt and evade. This agile and deterministic approach is vastly more advanced and effective than methods generally employed by legacy fraud detection services, which rely largely on historical data and statistical and predictive analysis to estimate bot activity.

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About White Ops
White Ops is the leading provider of cyber security services for the detection and prevention of advanced bot and malware fraud, protecting the entire digital advertising ecosystem and enterprise organizations across the globe. White Ops innovative services help organizations improve their bottom lines and ensure the success of their campaigns, business goals, and the security of their systems and data. Unlike traditional approaches that employ statistical analysis, simple blacklisting or static signatures, White Ops effectively combats criminal activity by actually differentiating between robotic and human interaction within online advertising and publishing, enterprise business networks, e-commerce transactions, financial systems and more, allowing organizations to remove and prevent fraudulent traffic and activity. By working with customers to cut off sources of bad Internet traffic, White Ops makes bot and malware fraud unprofitable and unsustainable for the cyber criminals -- an economic strategy that will eventually eradicate this type of fraud. White Ops was recently appointed to the board of W3C.

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