Protecting applications from malicious scripts

October 17, 2018

In 2018, malicious client-side scripts are still posing a problem for large organizations. This year, British Airways revealed that they suffered a data breach in which 380,000 records were exfiltrated. Now, NewEgg has been hit with a similar data breach. This follows a string of attacks from a group known as Magecart, who were also responsible for publicized data breaches of Ticketmaster and Feedlify.

To learn more about what VP of Engineering at Security Compass, Ehsan Foroughi, has to say about protecting your applications from Magecart-style attacks, visit here: https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2018/10/17/protect-applications-malicious-scripts/

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