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Thursday, 12 Nov @ 9:30 PM


While use of e-commerce was already expanding before the current COVID-19 pandemic, it has rapidly accelerated as businesses around the world need to quickly evolve and expand their online presence as everyone attempts to cope with longer periods of working from home and health concerns about traditional retail shopping. This broader deployment to online shopping has, unfortunately, also led to an increase in the sophistication and number of attacks that directly target the underlying platforms that power e-commerce sites around the world.

How do you make sure that your e-commerce environment is properly protected against these looming threats? Join Mike Mellor, Sr. Director of Security for Adobe Experience Cloud, as he details some of the more common attack vectors and issues, how to defend against them proactively, and best practices you can employ to better guard your e-commerce site and ultimately your customers. He will also discuss the principles of “shared responsibility” between e-commerce platform providers and administrators of e-commerce sites and how to best work together to help ensure protections are kept up-to-date and as effective as possible.


Mike Mellor
Sr. Director of Security for Digital Experience

Mike Mellor is a seasoned security executive with 15+ years of experience across multiple technology areas. Mike has designed and lead security programs that have received number industry awards and recognitions to include a SANS Cybersecurity Innovation award, a CSO Magazine top 50 award, and an RSA Charge award. At Adobe, Mike leads a global security team responsible for product security, risk management, security engineering, and customer security engagement. Mike has both a deep technical and business background that allows him to lead at all levels within the organization.

Webinar/Workshop organized by: ISACA

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