Attackers exploit vulnerable code from third parties and open source libraries
Every piece of code, from every vendor in your website supply chain, can potentially be modified to steal sensitive data or degrade the user experience. If you don’t detect it, you can’t secure it.
Today’s dynamic web makes dealing with this threat a significant challenge for enterprises, due to:
- Limited awareness and visibility into the risk profile of their web applications
- Difficulty with continuously monitoring web application changes to enable timely action that could prevent data breaches
Tala continuously monitors web applications for structural script changes and anomalies to alert on any suspicious activity within minutes
Tala also detects the presence of code vulnerabilities, expired certificates, use of insecure protocols and risky sink functions capturing all third-party risks, Magecart, and sensitive data, programming, privacy and compliance risks.
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