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  • 7 common web application security attacks & what you can do to prevent them
    7 common web application security attacks & what you can do to prevent them
    Jon Wallace, Technologist at Instart Recorded: Jul 18 2019 63 mins
    Join Instart Technologist, Jon Wallace, to learn about the 7 most common website and web application attacks and how you can prevent them with the right preparation.

    Anyone who operates a website should be concerned about security, especially the security of your sensitive customer information - this much should be obvious to you by now. However, unless you keep an ear to the ground about security news, it is often only the most high profile or sophisticated attacks that you actually hear about. The reality is that common, low level attacks are executed every single day against websites and web applications. There is a reason the OWASP top 10 hasn’t changed in years. The good news is these types of attacks are preventable with the right preparation.


    In this webinar, you will learn:

    -What motivates hackers
    -What makes an application a target
    -What are the 7 most common website and web application attacks
    -How you should protect your assets
  • What British Airways teaches us about web skimming attacks & avoiding GDPR fines
    What British Airways teaches us about web skimming attacks & avoiding GDPR fines
    Andy Wyatt, Sr. Technologist at Instart Recorded: Jul 12 2019 13 mins
    Recently, the first GDPR fine was imposed against British Airways for the Magecart breach of its website. Shocking news to the world, this huge hit cost British Airways 1.5% of their 2017 revenues. As one of the most common threats behind attacks these past few years, it's come time for organizations to develop a strategy for dealing with web security threats like Magecart.

    Join our security expert, Andy Wyatt, and learn:
    -What is a web skimming attack
    -What is your responsibility as a website owner
    -How to avoid GDPR fines related to web skimming
  • Why security teams need a Magecart plan
    Why security teams need a Magecart plan
    Andy Wyatt, Sr. Technologist at Instart Recorded: Jul 12 2019 18 mins
    It was only last year when British Airways failed to prevent a data breach leading to a $230 million fine. And now, news has broken that over 900 eCommerce sites were recently compromised by a Magecart attack in a digital skimming campaign. As hackers continue to exploit vulnerabilities exposed in eCommerce platforms and third party tools that allows Magecart to be on a site, organizations need to take the next step to ensure their customers' data is secure.

    Join Andy Wyatt, Sr. Technologist, to learn:

    -Why companies need a contingency plan for Magecart
    -Why Magecart is so dangerous
    -How to prevent Magecart from stealing your customers' data
  • Staying ahead of the security challenges of modern web apps
    Staying ahead of the security challenges of modern web apps
    VP, Research Director at Forrester Research, Amy DeMartine and Chief Customer Officer at Instart, Mitch Parker Recorded: Jun 25 2019 48 mins
    Join VP, Research Director at Forrester Research, Amy DeMartine and Chief Customer Officer at Instart, Mitch Parker, to learn how you should be thinking about web app security as the web continues to evolve.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    -About the changing threat landscape of modern web apps, and where your security teams should be spending their time
    -How attacks are becoming more sophisticated and harder to differentiate from real human traffic
    -How existing CDN and edge architectures fall short of protecting your web applications
    -Why going beyond the edge, and into the browser, is the only way to prevent sophisticated attacks
    -How Instart is the only platform to combine an intelligent cloud service with a browser virtualization layer for complete visibility and protection against both application threats as well as emerging threats
  • How to create a web performance budget for third-party tags
    How to create a web performance budget for third-party tags
    James Carter, Senior Sales Engineer Recorded: Jun 18 2019 30 mins
    More than half the content on modern websites comes from third-party services. While this enables businesses to easily leverage personalization, tracking, and other advanced functionality like live chat — this also means that a website must rely on performance and security of third parties.

    Finding a way to manage and monitor these services is critical to ensuring the performance and reliability of your website. However, many organizations struggle since multiple teams can add new third-party services which exist outside of your dedicated monitoring and control systems.
  • Preventing web skimming attacks like Magecart
    Preventing web skimming attacks like Magecart
    Andy Wyatt, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Instart Recorded: May 22 2019 36 mins
    Regardless of how web skimmers infect your website, preventing your customer's personal information like credit card numbers, social security numbers, passwords and more from being skimmed is the only way to actually protect your website and your customers.

    In this webinar, we’ll cover:

    -How web skimming attacks like Magecart work and how they are notably different than traditional breaches
    -How this vulnerability is impossible to solve with the current security tools and infrastructure
    -Why preventing data exfiltration from the browser is the only way to fully protect yourself from web skimming attacks.
  • Going beyond “reasonable security measures” to align with CCPA and GDPR
    Going beyond “reasonable security measures” to align with CCPA and GDPR
    Andy Wyatt, Senior Technologist Recorded: May 16 2019 44 mins
    Don’t let third-party code (continue to) steal your customer information.

    While 2018 was the year of GDPR, the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is coming in 2020 and chances are your web apps are still not fully compliant. Both of these privacy regulations require that businesses take adequate precautions to protect customer information and prevent unauthorized access. Unfortunately, third-party tags or scripts in your web apps make it difficult to comply with this requirement.
    All third-party code included in your web apps executes in the browser and has access to the same cookies and form fields that your first-party code does, leaving your customers’ data at risk for exfiltration through formjacking or cookie stealing. If you don’t take steps to prevent third parties from accessing sensitive information that customers enter on your website, you won’t be compliant.

    The unfortunate reality is that the web was not built with privacy in mind, but there are ways to secure your customer data.


    In this webinar, we’ll cover:

    - The current ‘backdoors’ that exist in your web apps due to third-party code
    - Why existing tag management and security measures are not enough
    - How to defend customer information from being leaked from your web apps
  • Understanding the 3rd-, 4th-, and 5th- party calls your website makes
    Understanding the 3rd-, 4th-, and 5th- party calls your website makes
    Andy Wyatt, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Instart Recorded: May 15 2019 42 mins
    How to audit your current website and tags for potential third-party issues.

    The nature of JavaScript is that all code — both first- and third-party, shares all the same resources, has access to all the same data, and has use of all the same variables.

    Third-party services are a great way to add functionality, but it’s crucial to have visibility and control over them to ensure they don’t impact the performance, reliability, or security of your site. Do you worry about the performance and security risks third-party services may pose for your users? Are you struggling with finding and addressing issues due to third-party outages, variable collisions, JavaScript errors, and other third-party service reliability concerns? Have you been reading about the Magecart attacks and wondering how to prevent them?

    In this webinar, you'll learn about:

    - Common issues third-party services cause
    - How to audit your website and third-party services for potential issues
    - What can be done when a third-party service causes a performance, reliability or security issue
  • Your modern website needs a modern CDN
    Your modern website needs a modern CDN
    Andy Wyatt, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Instart Recorded: Apr 25 2019 39 mins
    Delivering exceptional web experiences today requires a CDN that can go beyond the edge, and actually give you control and optimizations in the browser.

    As the web quickly changes, your customers expect more secure and performant web experiences. It’s crucial that your CDN does more than just cache static files and be available all around the world.

    The truth is, almost 50% of the requests an average website makes comes from a third party, which means a traditional CDN is only delivering half of your web experience. On top of that, the browser, not the edge, is becoming the point where optimizations and control need to be applied to give every user a great experience with your website.

    In this webinar, we’ll cover:

    - What makes up a modern website: public cloud, third-party tags, and dynamic content all coming together in the browser
    - Why modern websites need more than just caching and delivery to enable exceptional customer experiences
    - What optimizations and controls you should be looking for in a modern CDN
  • Digital experience automation is your new competitive advantage
    Digital experience automation is your new competitive advantage
    Andy Wyatt, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Instart Recorded: Mar 28 2019 39 mins
    Delivering safe, reliable, performant digital experiences is harder than ever, but automation is here to help
    The standard for delivering an amazing web experience has drastically changed over the last 20 years, but a lot of legacy technologies are still in use with the same underlying challenges.

    Sites are now richer, more dynamic, and more personalized than ever before, requiring the browser to assemble the visitors' experience directly from first and third-party sources and visited by customers that connect from all over the world on many different types of devices, making it even more difficult to deliver safe, functional, and reliable digital experiences.

    Digital experience automation solutions are the only way to keep pace with customer expectations for the modern website and building the new point of experience that gives you a competitive advantage now and into the future.

    Topics covered in this webinar:
    - How the web has changed, and what this means for delivering amazing web experiences
    - What major challenges digital experience automation can solve
    - How large brands automate the performance, reliability, and security of their website

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