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Smart AdServer Achieves Top Ranking in “Most Secure Ad Platforms” of 2020 According to Recent Analysis by Confiant

Global Independent Adtech Platform Credits Advanced Ad Security Technology and Strict New Client Standards According to advertising security leader, Confiant, Smart AdServer was shown to have the lowest security violations rate amongst sell side platforms in 2020. Building upon its 2020 Demand Quality Report data, which includes more than 100 platforms across 650 million impressions […] The post appeared first on Ad Tech Daily.
Tags: Advertising, Press Releases, Ad & Media Strategies, Online Advertising Challenges, Ad Operations, Digital Intelligence, Ad Networks and Platforms, Ad Serving, Smart AdServer, Ad Fraud and Spam, Confiant, Ad Platforms, Advertising Security, Global Independent Adtech, Confiant Smart AdServer


Advertising security company Confiant lands $4.1 mln Series A

New York City-based Confiant, an advertising security firm, has raised $4.1 million in Series A funding. River Bay Investments and Rubicon Venture Capital led the round. Source: Press Release
Tags: New York City, Trends, VC Deals, Rubicon Venture Capital, Confiant, River Bay Investments


US iOS Users Targeted by Massive Malvertising Campaign

A cyber-criminal group known as ScamClub has hijacked over 300 million browser sessions over 48 hours to redirect users to adult and gift card scams, a cyber-security firm revealed this week. From a report: The traffic hijacking has taken place via a tactic known as malvertising, which consists of placing malicious code inside online ads. In this particular case, the code used by the ScamClub group hijacked a user's browsing session from a legitimate site, where the ad was showing, and redirecte...
Tags: US, Tech, Cto, Zdnet, Confiant, ScamClub, Jerome Dang Confiant, Dangu


Crooks Created 28 Fake Ad Agencies To Disguise Massive Malvertising Campaign

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bleeping Computer: A group of cyber-criminals created 28 fake ad agencies and bought over 1 billion ad views in 2017, which they used to deliver malicious ads that redirected unsuspecting users to tech support scams or sneaky pages peddling malware-laden software updates or software installers. The entire operation -- codenamed Zirconium -- appears to have started in February 2017, when the group started creating the fake ad agencies which later bought ad...
Tags: Tech, Bleeping Computer, Confiant