Achieving CCPA with Third-Party Application Security

Achieving CCPA with Third-Party Application Security

The California Consumers Protection Act 2018, also known as CCPA, is a consumer privacy law passed by the State of California to give eCommerce, Online Finance/Banking, and eService users more information and control over how their personal information is being ...

3 Web Third-Party Security Related Events You Don’t Want to Miss: January 2021

3 Web Third-Party Security Related Events You Don’t Want to Miss: January 2021

2020 concluded with a flurry of cybersecurity incidents and developments that are making companies rethink their third-party application security strategy. The legal consequences of regulatory hiccups, financial implications of data breaches, and the poor state of third-party application security in ...

The ICO Fines Ticketmaster UK £1.25 Million for Security Failures: A Lesson to be Learned

The ICO Fines Ticketmaster UK £1.25 Million for Security Failures: A Lesson to be Learned

Ticketmaster UK, a leading ticketing company and part of Ticketmaster, has been fined £ 1.25 million by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) as it failed to protect customer data during the infamous February 2018 data breach. The company is still ...

The Cybersecurity Effects of Fourth-Parties on Websites

The Cybersecurity Effects of Fourth-Parties on Websites

Fourth party apps on websites are commonly referred to as “the vendor’s vendor code”. Fourth-party apps may offer additional benefits, but at the same time they also carry a set of threats while running on your websites. For your users, ...

The Facebook Like Button Is Not as Innocent as It Seems.

The Facebook Like Button Is Not as Innocent as It Seems.

The ubiquitous Facebook Like button you encounter on almost every website is not as innocent as it appears to be. It has far-reaching privacy effects that are not immediately visible to your site’s visitors. With the latest ruling by the ...

British-Airways Magecart Third-party Breach Leads to a $230 Million GDPR Fine

British-Airways Magecart Third-party Breach Leads to a $230 Million GDPR Fine

Last update: January 2021. According to the Information Commissioner Office in the UK (ICO) a notice has been issued to British-Airways of its intention to fine the airliner $230 million (£183.39M) for “infringements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)”. ...

Why Website Owners Should Care About Third-Party Apps and Services?

Why Website Owners Should Care About Third-Party Apps and Services?

Every website owner knows that third-party tools can be a fantastic asset to their site, making it more interactive, more dynamic, and better connected. These tools can also play a really important part in your website’s revenue stream. This is ...