A notorious Chinese-speaking threat actor, known for skimming credit card numbers off e-commerce sites and point-of-sale service providers across Asia/Pacific, has expanded its target scope to North and Latin America.
A critical component of 3rd party risk management
Cyber-criminals have shifted their focus to stealing data at the point of input. Source Defense is the pioneer in client-side security and we want to help you better understand the issue and plug this critical gap in your websec strategy. Below you can find a number of resources that will help you better understand the client-side security and data privacy issue.
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Client-Side Cybersecurity Related Blog Posts
Learn about the recent discovery of a sophisticated series of Magecart attacks by the Source Defense research team and how cybercriminals are targeting online payment data. Discover attack vectors and potential prevention strategies to protect your business from similar threats.
In 2022, a staggering 60 million payment card records were put up for sale on the dark web. Of these, 45.6 million were obtained through card-not-present transactions, meaning they were stolen during online purchases.
Nearly 75% of fraud and data breach cases involve eCommerce and retail merchants, according to the latest Visa Biannual Threats Report. Digital skimming attacks targeting eCommerce platforms and third-party code integrations are common.
Out of Compliance and Out of Sight
How much do you know about client-side attacks on web applications? Did you know that this is an area of 3rd party risk that is lingering on your customer facing websites? Did you know that these attacks could cost you millions in losses?
Download this whitepaper to learn more about:
- The growing pace of these attacks and the targets of choice for the adversaries behind them
- The real-world cost of client-side attacks experienced by recent victims
- How the 3rd party vendors you count on are opening the door to these attacks
- How to address the problem – with advice on driving the internal conversation and finding an ideal solution