The problem is; most of these breaches are avoidable. Regular patching and updates to Internet exposed websites would dramatically reduce the likelihood of being hacked. Yet our research confirms the bulk of ecommerce merchants are not doing this!
If you've followed our blog for a while, most of this won't come as a surprise to you, however, actions speak louder than words. Is there a better way of demonstrating how vulnerable out of date software is than showing you ourselves?
To highlight the problem we are going to be conducting a live hack at the Mastercard MEA Innovation Forum in Barcelona. During this event Our CEO, Andrew Henwood, will be showcasing an exploit that affects older versions of the Magento framework. Although an old exploit, we’re still identifying and investigating hundreds of ecommerce merchants who are still not patched.
The audience will be over 300 strong, with many being fellow industry leaders, speakers, and panelists, including Steve Wozniak (The Woz, Apple co-founder) and Jonas Kjellberg (Skype founder). Alongside the live hack will be a Q&A session with other Mastercard cyber experts - as part of a 45 minute session titled 'Rethinking Risk for a Connected World'.
Steve Wozniak (Apple co-founder) Jonas Kjellberg (Skype founder)
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We've put together a short preview of the live hack that you can view below: