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October 20, 2021 - Ensighten

What is Cookie Piggybacking and Is it a Compliance Risk?

Cookie piggybacking, also referred to as cookie syncing and piggybacking tags is a term used to describe a common web development practice that is exposing many companies to avoidable risks and...
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June 9, 2021 - Ensighten

An Insider's View - How To Use The Cyber Kill Chain to Defeat Magecart Data Theft

Ensighten helps security, privacy, and compliance stakeholders ensure website customer data privacy and protection. Protecting customer data from cyberattacks is a crucial element of a web compliance...
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April 14, 2021 - Ensighten

What is Customer Journey Hijacking and How Can eCommerce Sites Prevent It?

What is customer journey hijacking? It's when third-party code is used against you to divert customers away from your site. Preventing it is difficult — existing IT security has no ability to control...
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February 16, 2021 - Ensighten

Client-side Attacks: What They Are and How to Prevent Them

The biggest risk of a client-side attack is a major data breach. According to the Ponemon 2020 Data Breach Cost Study, the average data breach fines and recovery costs total at $3.86 million on...
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December 17, 2020 - Ensighten

Top 5 Cyber Threats to 2021 Consumers

2020 has been anything but normal and has in many instances changed our lives for the foreseeable future. Many businesses have hinted that they are seriously considering a work-from-home first...
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November 13, 2020 - Ensighten

The Risk of Third-Party JavaScript

JavaScript is an essential part of almost every website today – if you see an animation, it is probably JavaScript; if you watch a video, it is usually integrated into the page with JavaScript; and...