I'd recommend being cognizant of when those situations are likely to occur. When you know it's a possibility to be back-tipped, be sure to keep your dribble in front of you while keeping that dribble as low as you can for the situation.
Also, when you know a defender is in hot pursuit, looking to back-tip and has a chance of succeeding, you can step in front of them to cut off their angle and momentum, sometimes even resulting in a blocking foul.
this was always mind blowing to me because nobody could ever take the ball from me even though I wasn't a great ball handler... in terms of crosses and such. But people could get me on the drive like that. I think it's because you're taking off faster than the ball.
that's just a quick search. Look at 2 seconds when dude gets it... the ball is palmed and exposed. He's way in front of it. So you have to find a way to explode with the ball, and not leave it behind. Because you are leaving someone in the dust if they are ripping it from behind... but you gotta take the ball with you.
most of the time the ball is tipped away from a player when dribbling it's because they bring it too high in the first place. Imagine yourself on defence, no player wants to spend the extra effort trying to go for steals if the guy is dribbling really low all game, so he'd probably stop after a while.