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Rich Kahn

Rich Kahn is the Co-Founder and CEO of Anura.io, an ad fraud solution that monitors traffic to identify real users versus bots, malware, and human fraud. Anura is the culmination of more than a decade of fraud detection efforts within digital marketing firm eZanga.com, which Rich also co-founded and owns. Previously, Rich held management roles at Verizon Wireless and Bloomberg, before starting his own internet service provider, First Street Corporation. He co-founded Paid for Surf, an advertising software company, and was the COO of the pay per click advertising network AdOrigin. Rich is considered an industry expert, having over 25 years global experience with internet technology, digital advertising, ad fraud management and elimination.
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Phone Fraud: How to Protect Your Company

By Rich Kahn, April 20, 2017

Advertisers are losing $7.2 billion annually to ad fraud. Did you know that includes pay per call fraud, too?  

MosQUito: Has the jQuery Malicious Exploit Attacked Your Website?

By Rich Kahn, May 19, 2016

You have a successful blog, or at least you’re working on making it a successful blog. You’ve put blood, sweat, and tears into selecting the perfect template, ideal color scheme, and a font that is clean and crisp with a bit of personality. This blog represents you or your company, so I hate to be the bearer of bad news: you’re vulnerable, and could be losing a percentage of your paid and organic website traffic to fraudsters.

7 Successful Entrepreneurs and How to Delegate Like Them

By Rich Kahn, April 22, 2016

To run a truly successful business, great delegators know they can’t do it alone. You need to be more than just a one man team. But when you’re the one calling the shots, it can be hard relinquishing control. After all, your company is an extension of you.

Programmatic Advertising: Why We've Lost That Loving Feeling

By Rich Kahn, April 20, 2016

Programmatic advertising, like the infamous Righteous Brothers serenade on Top Gun, has lost that loving feeling...now it’s gone, gone, gone, whoa whoa.