Defending Against JavaScript Keylogger Attacks on Payment Card Information

by John Elliott and Troy Hunt

In this course, you’ll learn how about the most common attack now used to steal payment card data and the possible defences.

What you'll learn

In this course, Defending Against JavaScript Keylogger Attacks on Payment Card Information, John Elliott and Troy Hunt discuss the most common attack used to steal payment card data and how to defend against it. Learn how security people think about a problem, why criminals attack, how their tools and techniques work, and how you have to adapt as defenders. By the end of this course, you’ll have a better understanding of the NIST model, how thinking about detection is equally important, and response/recovery.

About the authors

John Elliott is a specialist in regulated security and data protection. His fascination is the way that people engage with security directives: whether that’s a company following external regulation, an information security team developing policies, an IT team following them, or a colleague who is just trying to do their job securely. John has led information security and data protection functions in aviation and financial services. He’s represented both Visa Europe and Mastercard on the PCI S... more

Troy Hunt is a Microsoft Regional Director and MVP for Developer Security, an ASPInsider, and a full time Author for Pluralsight—a leader in online training for technology and creative professionals. Troy has been building software for browsers since the very early days of the web and possesses an exceptional ability to distill complex subjects into relatable explanations. This has led Troy to become an industry thought leader in the security space and produce more than twenty top-rated courses ... more

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