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  • Re-thinking Application Security

    Although customer-facing applications enable a better user experience, they remain one of the most vulnerable areas of an organization. Traditional security fails to prevent attacks targeting apps – so, how can organizations ensure security? This white paper outlines how to re-think application security in order to address modern threats.

  • Prioritizing Client-Side Website Security: Doing Nothing Is the Most Expensive Choice

    When it comes to budgeting for investments in website security, the high price tags associated with acquiring additional tools or personnel makes some business leaders hesitant. In this white paper, learn how to calculate ROI by looking at the cost of breaches and discover the price of inaction.

  • Your Website Knows Where Your Users Are - But Is It Keeping That Data Secret?

    It’s one thing to deliberately share user geolocation data without consent, but what if you’re inadvertently giving it away? Learn how you can block and monitor unauthorized access on your website.

  • The Case for CSP Automation

    Automation can get you quick results when humans take far too long. Download The Case for CSP Automation to learn more.

  • Using Third-Party Marketing Tools on your Website Without Compromising Security

    Learn how you can protect your website from vulnerabilities caused by marketing tools and other integrations by leveraging technology native to most browsers.

  • The Root Of (Almost) All Security Issues

    In order to establish adequate data protection, security teams need to ensure they address both technical (code and data) & non-technical (user behavior) risks. In this white paper, Sanjay Sawhney, VP of Engineering at Tala, highlights how these issues lead to significant disruptions and offers best practices for addressing them.

  • Prevent Browser-Injected Ads from Hijacking Your Customers

    By eliminating browser-injected ads, you can enhance customer experience on your website, which can lead to increased conversions, reduced shopping cart abandonment, and more. But what is the best way to go about blocking unwanted ads? Download this white paper to learn more.

  • Magecart Attack on Focus Camera

    Magecart attacks continue to plague websites and sensitive customer data. In this solution brief, learn how Tala Security protects against client-side attacks by exploring the features and capabilities the enable them to provide website security.

  • How to Safeguard Against Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Attacks

    Cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks are a rising concern for all industries and will continue to be a favored strategy for cybercriminals. With a proactive and strategic approach, your organization can ensure web application security. Read on to learn more.

  • The Right Way to Combat Customer Journey Hijacking

    Most IT security teams focus on protecting user data, with little focus on user experience. By implementing a strategy that provides front-end and back-end protection, you can safeguard the interactions customers have with you, prevent the financial and reputational impacts of customer journey hijacking. Read on to get started.

  • Closing the Website Security Gap: Why a WAF Is Not Enough

    Although web application firewalls (WAFs) have a come a long way in recent years, they remain ineffective as a standalone security solution against Magecart cyberattacks. This white paper underlines the shortcomings of WAFs and highlights the importance of protecting the browser-side and the client-side from threats.

  • Javascript vs Javascript: Performance Penalty of Api Hooking

    While it’s intuitive that defending your code is an important practice, there are times when that defense comes at a high cost.In this white paper, get an overview of the performance penalties associated with hooking browser JavaScript APIs to defend against JavaScript based threats.

  • Why Your Business Needs to Implement Web Security Standards

    With web-based attacks on e-commerce growing in volume and complexity, businesses need to fine-tune their website security tactics to avoid a major breach. This white paper highlights the current website security landscape and provides best-practices for future-proofing your business.

  • The Missing Link in Website Security

    Traditional back-end website security technologies are ineffective at maintaining security in today’s threat landscape – especially considering the additional pressures of regulatory requirements. In this white paper, take a look at the key gaps in the website security environment and explore ways to rethink current tactics.

  • Top 6 Reasons to More Carefully Consider Client-Side Security

    As online channels for retail grow in popularity, so too do the risks associated with attackers stealing personal and financial data. In this white paper, discover the top 6 reasons why you should more carefully consider enhancing client-side security.

  • State of the Web Report 2019

    The website is a primary connection point between companies and their customers. Unfortunately, their architecture introduces critical vulnerabilities that enable client-side website attacks. In this research report, discover the risks associated with web and web app security and learn how to better protect your organization against attacks.

  • The Threat of Online Skimming to Payment Security

    The emerging threat of online skimming presents a great threat to the payment security industry. In this blog, explore basic questions with PCI SSC Chief Technology Officer Troy Leach about a newly released bulletin by the PCI SSC on the topic of digital skimming and how to detect and prevent this dangerous threat.

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