A new survey by MeriTalk reveals that many cyber pros may have an overly optimistic estimate about their ability to detect threats on government networks.
In the wake of several damaging incidents in 2014, organizations must implement security solutions and controls to avoid being the victim of a data breach.
Researchers have discovered LusyPOS, an advanced form of POS malware, that may fetch up to $2,000 from cybercriminals who use it to steal customer data.
With a 57 percent increase in infections from Backoff malware from August to September, companies must examine their security intelligence.
As data breaches continue to plague retailers, organizations should consider encrypting their data to help reduce the impact of a potential data breach.
On Friday, Kmart became the latest major U.S. retailer to announce that malicious attackers had gained access to customer credit and debit card data.
Security experts say data from stolen credit cards is surfacing on online marketplaces, where cybercriminals can download information to create forgeries.
These top 5 retail breaches demonstrate why security is vital for retailers and highlight the steps companies should take to keep their customers safe.
According to a recent Secret Service and Department of Homeland Security release, the Backoff hacker tool is still alive and well in American POS systems.
The more complex we make something look or seem, the more it is falsely perceived as brilliant, which is very common in the world of cyber security.