The Escalating Data Protection Challenges Facing Ecommerce During COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic triggered an explosion of ecommerce transactions in 2020, as retail customers dramatically shifted their buying habits from in-store to online. But cybercriminals have taken notice and ramped up their attacks on digital transactions, which have become increasingly vulnerable as attack surfaces expand and the sheer volume of transactions creates unprecedented stress for security and compliance practitioners. As a result, many retailers are at risk of violating data protection regulations, such as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS).
Ecommerce focused organizations can take several measures to protect themselves from this new wave of attacks on digital transactions, but they must act swiftly. Download this white paper to learn:
- How threat actors are using new methods to target digital transactions and attack ecommerce broadly
- How compliance with PCI DSS can set up security teams to effectively defend their networks and corporate digital assets
- What specific measures retailers can take to mitigate the risk of suffering an attack