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Data leakage: The third-party threat

As the frequency of cyberattacks continues to increase, the methods which cybercriminals use to exploit customer data have become more detrimental. Methods such as formjacking used by Magecart specifically target payment card data, through an injection of malicious JavaScript - often via a third-party technology. Are organizations aware of the real third-party and Magecart risk?

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The Magecart threat

Cybercriminal groups such as Magecart are targeting Ecommerce websites to steal personal and financial information supplied by visitors during the transaction process. The attacks are carried out via a malicious JavaScript code injection

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The alarming data security vulnerabilities within today's enterprises

With the volume and value of online customer data gaining greater attention today, the risk of data leaks looms large. Ensighten's U.S. survey on Marketing Security sets out to better understand exactly where U.S. executives stand in relation to the real-time control and management of enterprise and customer data on websites and other digital properties to prevent leakage of data and personal identification information

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Global website compliance for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a regulation being brought into effect in January 2020 to enhance the privacy rights and consumer protection for residents of California. What does the CCPA mean for your business, website and data collection?