Stores and vendors must make sure they are minimizing the risk of a retail vulnerability ruining the holiday season.
A popular fast-food chain and supermarket were recently breached by POS malware. Some of the credit card details had been up for sale for more than a week.
Kromtech Security found different types of malware that infected more than 4,000 ElasticSearch servers. Other security experts found additional risks.
Chipotle released the results of an internal investigation that revealed poor endpoint security and maintainance was to blame for a data breach.
Floki Bot is more versatile than most banking Trojans because it uses spear phishing methods and the RIG exploit kit to steal credit card track data.
Retail cybersecurity is critical during the holiday season, particularly during the Black Friday and Cyber Monday national shopping events.
Legendary bank robber Willie Sutton famously explained that he robs banks “because that’s where the money is.” Cybercriminals are taking a page out of Sutton’s book, targeting point-of-sale (POS) systems, whether physically...
During a recent point-of-sale data breach, attackers made off with client data regarding products, sales, passwords and electronic signatures.
As companies increasingly adopt EMV technology for point-of-sale terminals, attackers are finding new ways to commit chip-and-PIN fraud.
Researchers at security firm PandaLabs discovered a new POS malware that uses LogMeln to attack hundreds of POS machines in minutes.