In the News

In the News

  • Kasada Achieves 2024 Great Place to Work® Certification for Second Consecutive Year

    Company celebrated for outstanding U.S. workplace environment

  • Kasada Secures #4 Spot on Australia’s Best Workplaces™ in Technology List for 2024

    Dedication to fostering a culture of care, innovation, and impact drives global growth and recognition by Great Place to Work®

  • Kasada Named 2024 Fraud Prevention Winner

    Company recognized for its KasadaIQ fraud prevention service.

  • Kasada Introduces New CDN Edge and Custom API Integrations

    Flexible, easy-to-install integrations enable enterprise-grade defense for the latest automated cyberattacks.

  • Bots used to Buy and Scalp Thousands Fred again.. Tickets

    Kasada uncovers a bot driven campaign to exploit Fred again..'s upcoming Australian tour. Botters snapped up an estimated 20 percent of tickets in order to resell them at staggering mark-ups.

  • Meta Faces Uphill Battle in Tackling Deep Fake Election Threats

    As the 2024 elections rapidly approach, social media platforms face a growing concern of bot driven misinformation campaigns. Sam Crowther shares with Tech Times how best to combat malicious automation.

  • Election misinformation concerns are high. Faith in the U.S. election isn’t.

    As we head into the 2024 election season, disinformation will be at all-time high. From deepfakes, to democratized access to bots, Sam Crowther weighs in with Inc. Magazine.

  • Bots May Have Nabbed Thousands of Apple Vision Pro Pre-orders

    Kasada’s threat intelligence team tracked scalper bots securing thousands of pre-orders for the Apple Vision Pro and listing them for sale on 3rd party sites.

  • Thousands of Australians hacked in ‘credential stuffing’ scam

    Credential stuffing groups monitored by Kasada have begun taking aim at many of Australia’s largest retailers. Sam Crowther shares the insights into the attacks with Sydney Morning Herald.

  • Australian Retailers Hit by New Wave of Credential Stuffing

    A primarily US-focused credential stuffing operation, which was being monitored by Kasada, shifted its focus to Australia. Sam Crowther shared insights into how this recent wave of attacks occurred and the motivation behind them.

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