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.
Omnichannel fraud has evolved to exploit the myriad technologies retailers have developed to enable consumers to purchase goods anytime, anywhere.
Omnichannel retailing is making shopping easier for consumers, but also presenting complexities to retailers.
A recent RiskIQ report found that about 1 in 25 Black Friday apps widely available in official app stores are fraudulent.
As retailers and financial institutions tighten security around in-store payments, the rate of e-commerce fraud has risen sharply in the past year.
I learned a lot while online shopping for Christmas — including some of the major warning signs signaling false or malicious mobile apps.
A team of researchers demonstrated a new distributed guessing attack that can enable cybercriminals to ferret out credit data and other login credentials.
Retail cybersecurity is critical during the holiday season, particularly during the Black Friday and Cyber Monday national shopping events.
The line between physical storefronts and online retail is blurring, and as a result, e-commerce security is getting more complicated.
Major U.S. retailers must secure purchases made without a credit card as a new Zeus botnet targets credit card accounts during CNP transactions.