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  • Global Data at Risk: State of the Web Report

    2020 has indisputably been defined as a year of unique events with significant, long-lasting implications. The following report explores the state of the web in order to provide you with emerging trends, threat vectors, hacker behavioral patterns and more – read on to unlock the Global Data at Risk: 2020 State of the Web Report.

  • 92% Of The World’s Top Websites Expose Customer Data To Attackers

    It’s no secret that security risk has never been higher, but what’s important is to know the specifics of these risks. Issues such as unintentional data exposure and data leakage via trusted applications are becoming more relevant, and it’s crucial that you know what they mean and how to prevent them. View this report to get the details.

  • Covid-19 & the New Normal for E-commerce

    While online shopping has increased dramatically since the beginning of the pandemic, so too have threats targeting shoppers and other users. In fact, Magecart attacks have increased by 20%. Read on to explore how COVID-19 is shifting the e-commerce landscape and discover the long-term implications of these changes.

  • It’s All About the Data

    Online retailers are quickly realizing that enhanced user experience often comes at the cost of security – but that doesn’t necessarily need to be the case. In this blog post, take a closer look at the challenges, risks and opportunities as they related to data privacy and security.

  • Evaluating Client-side Web Security: Questions to Ask Your Vendor

    When it comes to online interactions, protecting end-users from Magecart, XSS and other data theft attacks is critical to safeguarding both their sensitive data as well as brand reputation. This article offers 3 questions you should be asking your web security vendor – and why they matter.

  • Data Leakage: Today’s Whitelisted Applications Are Tomorrow’s Security Breaches

    Recently, the research team at PerimeterX disclosed what appeared to be a CSP issue at Google. While CSP may have played a part, the incident revealed a fundamental security flaw with global implications. To learn more about this discovery, read on.

  • Securing Web Operations for a Fortune 500 Financial Institution

    In this case study, Tala partners with a Fortune 500 financial institution to address key cybersecurity and operational challenges related to the growing volume and usage of web applications. Read on for an in-depth look at the financial institution’s specific challenges, required capabilities, and the results of their partnership with Tala.

  • Web Scammers Are Using The Coronavirus Crisis To Attack Your Customers With Magecart And Other Client-side Exploits

    Cybercriminals have seen the increase in online shopping as an opportunity to ramp-up their activities to skim credit cards, credentials and PII. That’s why it’s never been more important to defend your websites. Download this white paper to learn how you can secure your site today.

  • Tala At RSAC Innovation Sandbox: Threats To Cybersecurity

    In this short white paper, the CEO of Tala Security, Aanand Krishnan, reveals his business experiences during pandemic and why cybersecurity is more important than ever before. Download the PDF to uncover his thoughts and cybersecurity advice.

  • If Security Is Slowing Down Your Website’s Performance, You’re Doing It Wrong!

    The numbers are in: slow websites suffer. 47% of users expect a website to load in two seconds, and 79% will not return to a site that had previously performed poorly for them. The problem is that you also need to secure your website, which slows it down inherently. Read this white paper to discover how to balance security and speed on your site.

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