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How to protect your website from a digital payment card skimming attack

Controlling website vulnerabilities to protect your organization against data leakage and Magecart

With incidents of digital payment card skimming (DPCS) exploding in 2018, we look at how you can best protect your customers’ data and your reputation

2018 saw a further increase in the frequency and complexity of cyberattacks being leveled at organizations, which resulted in several high-profile customer data breaches. Global companies such as Facebook, Uber and Quora all fell victim to cyberattacks that left them facing huge financial costs and reputational damage.

While businesses are increasingly aware of the dangers associated with cyberattacks – most notably around data theft – they often look to shore up their network or servers as a priority. This means that their website can get overlooked, despite it being a valuable source of personal customer data and home to a raft of third-party technologies. However, one method that cybercriminals employ to steal customer data specifically hijacks these website technologies – and attacks of this sort are on the rise.

Download this eBook which explores:

  • The various ways online shopping puts pressure on website security and customer data
  • How to mitigate third-party risks
  • Ways to protect your website and customers' data from cyberthreat groups such as Magecart

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