The RiskIQ JavaScript Threats Module

The internet is the great equalizer.

Everyone plays on the same field.

Users, Hackers, Partners, & Employees.

The Internet is adaptive...

If you search for something, your experience changes.

As you click, the website's behavior changes.

RiskIQ knows the internet and has been monitoring, mapping, and interacting with it for the last decade.

RiskIQ understands how each website interacts and is connected to every other website on the internet.

RiskIQ does this by acting like a real user in a browser and dynamically rendering your website.

Knowing how your website might be pulling images, components, or code from one website or sending analytic data to another.

What web components are loaded or the JavaScript that is executed in the end user’s browser.

This allows RiskIQ to truly understand your internet attack surface.

Hackers know that organization don't have visibility into the dynamic characteristics of their
own websites.

Hackers attack dynamic aspects of your website or third-party websites you rely upon.

These browser-based attacks are commonly done via JavaScript or a web component.

Hackers will either directly modify your website’s JavaScript and add their own malicious code, like Magecart, a payment card skimmer.

Or indirectly modify the JavaScript on a third-party website or web component your website
depends upon, like a payment card processor.

Attacking a third-party website and adding malicious code can breach thousands of websites at
once.

Your organization can be unaware that the third-party website or web component you rely upon was breached and your customers are now exposed.

Hackers attacked British Airways and added the Magecart JavaScript and stole 380,000 payment cards from users.

British Airways GDPR Breach landed them an approximated $228 million fine.

RiskIQ can help protect and monitor against web & browser-based types of attacks like this with the RiskIQ JavaScript Threats Module.

RiskIQ can monitor and alert you to changes in your attack surface including JavaScript.

Changes can be tracked in your own or third-party JavaScript.

Differences in the versions of your JavaScript are shown side by side.

Alerts are generated for JavaScript threats such as; additions of malicious code or links to blacklisted websites.

The JavaScript Threats Module can potentially save your organization from becoming the next breach in the news.

Don't leave your organization unprotected.

Learn about the RiskIQ JaveScript Threats Module today.