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  • 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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