New macro downloaders are sandwiching spam and .PUB files to compromise businesses in the food and retail sector.
These five retail cybersecurity tips will help organizations mitigate cyberattacks and provide customers with the safest shopping experience during the holiday season.
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.
With extra web traffic and high order volumes coming in, the holiday shopping season can be a particularly perilous time for retail cybersecurity.
A recent survey found that the retail industry is among the least secure industries. What can retailers do to turn that around this holiday season?
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.
Retail Cybersecurity Is Lagging in the Digital Transformation Race, and Attackers Are Taking Advantage
Retail cybersecurity requires a large-scale transition to cope with new threat vectors, close significant infrastructure gaps, and extend security protocols across new cloud and SaaS platforms.
Recent research has shown that while consumers are demanding more transparency around information handling, few companies are doing enough to communicate with their customers about data privacy.
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.
Increased EMV adoption is putting a dent in credit card fraud protection efforts, but cybercriminals continue to exploit security gaps in financial and retail organizations to steal card details.