Digital Skimming: The New Threat to Your Customers & Brand
Learn more about Digital Skimming and Magecart attacks - the risk to your customers and your bottom line.
You want your customers to have the best possible experience every time they come to your website – that’s why you’ve invested so heavily to provide the dynamic, content-rich, attention grabbing functionality that online consumers demand.
But the website partners that you trust to enable this experience could be exposing your customers to data theft and data leakage events that could cause lasting damage to brand trust.
Did you know that security seems to be the number one experience your customers really want? Consider that 78% of consumers say that they’ll avoid a brand that has suffered a data breach.
Digital Skimming attacks – where data is literally stolen as it is being entered into your online forms – are the new favorite for cyber criminals. They use them to commit credit card fraud and identity theft. When these attacks happen, the brand trust and experience you worked so hard to build can be severely damaged.Nearly every eCommerce site in the world is exposed to these attacks – meaning your website security likely has room to grow.
Register for our Digital Skimming – The New Threat to Your Customers and Your Brand webinar and you’ll learn:
- What 75% of the data breaches Visa investigated last year have in common
- How 3rd party partners can be used for digital skimming and Magecart attacks
- Why thousands of these attacks went unnoticed in 2022
- What happens to both customers and retailers after a data breach
- Why PCI 4.0 makes client-side security a major priority
- How data privacy compliance can be affected by your website partners
Join Stephen Ward for critical information and questions to ask about how digital skimming and Magecart attacks can affect your brand reputation. You’ll come away with a better understanding of the state of eCommerce security as well as a list of actionable follow up questions that you and your teams need to ask.