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You can’t rely on network or perimeter security to protect web applications, your business or your customers from card skimming attacks. The reason? Web apps that use  HTML, CSS or JavaScript, including your eCommerce checkout page, are especially vulnerable to client-side attacks that can result in a devastating data breach like the ones that affected British Airways and Ticketmaster. And the bad news is that these Magecart-style data exfiltration attacks are only becoming more targeted, more frequent, and are resulting in GDPR and other governmental penalties in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

To protect against formjacking and data theft, most organizations depend on traditional security controls that monitor network and server traffic, not client side code. But as more business logic and functionality is being executed in the browser in order to improve customer experience and performance, the riskier this strategy becomes.

When Magecart strikes, is your website – and your customer data – protected? Find out how you can defend against client-side data exfiltration and prevent web apps from becoming an attack vector. In this webinar, we cover:

  • How Magecart and other digital skimming attacks are able to thwart traditional security measures
  • How to protect web apps against client side threats
  • What you should look for in an application security solution 

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