Retail risk may change by the day, but there are some common vulnerabilities and attack vectors that are expected to be abused in 2016.
According to security researchers, new Pro POS malware doesn't exactly live up to its sophisticated hype even though it's adept at skimming basic data.
Several types of point-of-sale malware are gaining steam ahead of the holiday season, getting ready to target shoppers and their personal information.
A new POS malware known as Cherry Picker has shown the ability to erase itself from a machine, making it incredibly difficult to detect.
Online fraud is growing, but retailers can enhance cybersecurity for customers through identity authentication and fraud prevention strategies.
It wasn't all that long ago that Windows XP was present in the vast majority of enterprises. In fact, it's still prevalent, bringing many security risks.
The implementation of chip-and-PIN credit cards is going to change how organizations do business. Here are five best practices for adopting the technology.
Both enterprises and customers alike need to ask questions about the security and privacy issues surrounding near-field communication.
Retailers are tasked with protecting the customer data that resides within their point-of-sale systems. But what is the best way to prevent breaches?
Point-of-sale malware GamaPOS is looking for greater reach by leveraging the popular Andromeda botnet. But what's the risk factor?