Black Friday is one of the most anticipated shopping days of the year. Shoppers are up at the crack of dawn to hit their favorite stores. Some will go as far as to camp out at the stores offering the hottest deals while others will avoid the malls altogether by finding the best sales online. Nearly 100 million Americans are expected to take advantage of Black Friday discounts this year. However, these shoppers aren’t the only ones who have been waiting for Black Friday; cybercriminals are just as excited for this big shopping day. Securing your website for the holiday season is one of the best things you can do for your business and your customers.
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As more consumers shift to online shopping this holiday season, they expect their information to be protected every time they make a purchase. With just weeks left until the holiday season kicks off, now is the time to review your current website security strategy. It is important to ensure you’re well equipped to protect your customers’ data when cyber criminals attack.
‘Tis the season of giving and holiday shoppers are crossing items off their gift lists. However, consumers aren’t the only ones feeling generous this season, cyber criminals often love to gift retailers with DDoS attacks. Today, 33% of all cyber attacks in retail come in the form of a DDoS, making it one of the most common digital threats in the industry. DDoS protection isn’t an option anymore, it’s a necessity.
October is Cyber Security Month and it’s a good excuse to assess your web applications and website security before the holiday season.
Few things pose as much risk as an attack aimed at your website. Consider the impact of data breaches to Target, Home Depot and, most recently, Experian and the American Bankers Association. It seems that not a week goes by without a new massive breach making headlines.
While organizations often think of protecting their network, website security is often overlooked, leaving a massive vulnerability open to exploitation. How can you ensure your web applications and website are safe? Use these five tips to make sure your security is where it needs to be: