October 2, 2018

Join Our Webinar "Client-Side Defenses Against eCommerce Data Breaches"

By Jscrambler | 1 min read

Webinar - Client-Side Defenses Against eCommerce Data Breaches

Since June 2018, we’ve been seeing weekly headlines on companies suffering client-side attacks. Millions of users have been affected by Magecart data breaches and credit card theft and attacks are becoming bigger and more frequent.

For the last 30 years, cybersecurity has focused on the server-side and we have extensive information on the best practices to ensure server-side security. Still, attacks are getting much more sophisticated and exploiting client-side vulnerabilities.

Ticketmaster, British Airways and Newegg were recently attacked, and hacker group Magecart was able to steal data from these major companies by injecting malicious code on the JavaScript that these eCommerce platforms are running.

Companies have zero control and visibility over what is happening on the client-side.

Because of this lack of visibility, months passed before these companies detected and addressed these data breaches. Gaining visibility over the client-side is becoming crucial to identify threats and react promptly.

Watch the webinar now!

In this webinar, you will:

  • Learn about the eCommerce vulnerabilities that hackers are exploiting nowadays;
  • See what an Magecart attack looks like, and how it can be detected and prevented;
  • Receive a free Threat Analysis for your eCommerce Website;
  • Receive a free 30 minute, 1 on 1 consultancy session with an Application Security Expert.

Watch the webinar now!

In the meantime, protect your app and prosper!

JscramblerThe leader in client-side Web security. With Jscrambler, JavaScript applications become self-defensive and capable of detecting and blocking client-side attacks like Magecart.
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