Improve Your Web Applications and Your Client-side Security

Improve Your Web Applications and Your Client-side Security

Mar 31, 2022

Learn how to protect your client-side web applications and the customer data you collect via your websites.

Gain a deep understanding of how to stop skimming breaches by closing gaps in your web application firewalls, content security policies, penetration testing, security testing, and vulnerability scanning coverage.

Explore the basics of client-side security and learn how businesses can protect themselves and their customers with automated tools, monitoring, and controls to stop threats, all while safeguarding customer data.

Learn about the five security measures that help businesses detect and defend from client-side attacks. Discover their strengths, limitations and weaknesses in securing client-side web applications.

Client-side Security Measures

Web Application Firewalls (WAF)

  • Can WAFs detect and protect businesses from sophisticated skimming malware?
  • Are WAFs able to detect manipulated JavaScript code or if data is being exfiltrated?
  • Do WAFs protect against sideloaded malicious code?

Content Security Policy (CSP)

  • How easy are CSPs to implement?
  • Are CSPs easy to maintain across multiple web applications?

Pentesting, Vulnerability Assessments and Security Assessments

  • Are quarterly pentests and assessments enough to stay ahead of client-side threats?
  • Can security tests and assessments be performed by my team on a regular basis to stop data exfiltration attacks?

Client-side JavaScript Vulnerability Scanning

  • Can traditional vulnerability scanners detect vulnerabilities client-side JavaScript web applications?
  • Are vulnerability scanners designed to detect client-side vulnerabilities that only appear when they are loaded in the user's browser?

JavaScript Security Permissions

  • Do JavaScript security permissions actually exist and how can they help me?