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Security Tag Governance

Part 3: How to Stop Piggy-back Tags
By Tricia Dunlap on June 5, 2020

Mitigating the Risk In this series, we’ve explored the legal and operational risks of piggy-back tags. We examined Equifax’s 2017 data breach caused by a supply chain attack and looked...

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What Kinds of Hacking Can a Content Security Policy Stop?
By Julian Wilkison-Duran on April 29, 2020

Myths and legends surround and sometimes obscure what a content security policy (CSP) is and how it can protect your website. The power of a CSP is noteworthy, but it is not an end-all...

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Security Tag Governance

How to find out if a Site has a Content Security Policy (CSP) deployed
By Gus Anderson on April 27, 2020

How to Find Out If a Site Has a Content Security Policy (CSP) Deployed

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Web Performance Security Industry Benchmarks

E-Commerce Horror Stories
By Anthony Kormos on October 3, 2019

That's right folks, it's that spooky time of year again, and we here at Blue Triangle wanted to share some website tales from beyond the binary.

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How to Implement a Content Security Policy (CSP)
By Jack N Dunne on July 11, 2019

Why You Need a CSP Every site should have a Content Security Policy (CSP). A CSP is a browser security standard that controls what domains, subdomains, and types of resources a browser...

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The Anatomy of a Magecart Attack and How to Protect Your Site in 2020
By Josh Carter on April 18, 2019

Magecart is just one of 38 JavaScript-sniffing groups that have been stealing credit cards, account numbers, and other types of personal data from millions of online shoppers in the last...

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Why your site needs a Content Security Policy (CSP)
By Josh Carter on January 10, 2019

A Content Security Policy (CSP) can help protect your site from data breaches caused by cross-site scripting (XSS) and formjacking attacks. A CSP also prevents client-side malware from...

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How to Keep Your Site Safe from Credit Card Skimming
By Tim Grant on October 9, 2018

Most websites rely on first and third party tags/scripts for various business needs - collecting analytics data, delivering ads, running A/B tests, and verifying credit cards. But these...

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