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Retail & eCommerce

According to recent studies, a cyberattack occurs every 39 seconds, and the e-commerce sector is one of the main targets due to the volume of payment data processed. Over 60% of attacks are aimed at small and medium-sized businesses.

Key cybersecurity threats in e-commerce

Phishing and scam pages

Imitating legitimate emails, websites, and e-commerce platforms to steal data.

Application security

Purchases through mobile apps containing vulnerabilities make them an easy target for attacks.

Man-in-the-Middle attacks

Interception of data transmitted between two parties - between the client and the e-commerce server.

DDoS-attacks

Distributed denial of service attacks can cripple online stores.

Methods used by cybercriminals

SQL-injection

A vulnerability in the database allows the injection of a malicious query, granting the attacker rights to view and edit.

Cross-site scripting (XSS)

Malicious code, typically through JavaScript, may not affect the site itself but can harm clients and visitors to the site.

Electronic skimming

Injecting malicious code into e-commerce websites or point-of-sale systems to steal credit card data during a purchase.

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Our solutions for retail campaigns

Multi-factor authentication

An additional layer of protection for your systems and data.

Intrusion detection and prevention systems

Prevent intrusions, monitor network traffic in real-time, and protect against attempts at unauthorized access and attacks.

Data encryption

Protecting customer data and financial information at all stages of processing and transmission - from data stored on servers to information transmitted over the Internet.

Security audits and penetration testing

Identifying vulnerabilities in IT infrastructure and web applications, preventing potential attacks, and proactively detecting and mitigating weaknesses.

Mobile device and application protection

Developing and implementing security policies for mobile devices and applications used in business processes to guard against threats associated with mobile commerce.

Key elements of e-commerce security

Firewall

for filtering website traffic and providing access to trusted networks

HTTPS

for secure transmission of information between a web browser and a website

Antivirus software

for detecting and blocking trojans, worms, and code forgeries

Additional security plugins

to enhance the security mechanisms of your store

Strong, unique passwords

to prevent unauthorized access to customer accounts

Backup data

Recovery in case of failure or loss

Regular updates

addressing vulnerabilities and preventing exploitation by hackers

Role-based access

to prevent accidental changes to site configurations

Secure payment gateway

minimizing risks of credit card transactions

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