Ad malware ramps up with the surge in online shopping activity during the holiday season. Taking a few precautionary steps can help consumers and security teams protect their devices and networks.
Retail companies should conduct security hygiene checkups as early as possible this holiday season to identify key threats across e-commerce systems, seasonal staffing policies and employee behaviors.
Cyber Monday 2018 is just around the corner, and customers and malicious actors alike are gearing up. Is your retail security ready to tackle e-commerce fraud and improve consumer data protection?
According to the latest cybercrime statistics, more than 210 million attempted fraud attacks occurred during the first quarter of this year, representing a 62 percent increase from 2017. In its “Q1 2018 Cybercrime Report,” ThreatMetrix...
Credit card chip security has improved, but that hasn't stopped cybercriminals from using old-school methods such as mail interception to leverage chip-and-PIN technology for their own gain.
During the busy holiday shopping season, retailers must make decisions about e-commerce fraud rapidly to keep pace with demanding delivery schedules.
For retailers who are primarily concerned with minimizing chargebacks, the total cost of e-commerce fraud is worse than they realize.
Digital certificates are used to authenticate both sides of a browser connection. It's a good first step, but certificates do not assure absolute trust.
Malicious script Magecart is still going strong, allowing threat actors to hire U.S. mules to ship fraudulently purchased goods.