[SecurityWeek] Top Five Pitfalls When Considering Client Side Security

When looking to secure online applications and protect them from fraud, enterprises have traditionally turned to preventative and detective controls on the server side.  In other words, policies, alongside data, logs, and transaction information have long been a go to mechanism for mitigating risk from security breaches and fraud events.

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