A recent survey showed that surprisingly, a large percentage of retailers still have no data breach response plan in place.
When it comes to deciding whether to download a retail app, security breaches have been revealed as the biggest fear among consumers.
The California-based security has published an analysis which claims not much effort has been put into the new variant, and as a result was a doddle to catch.
The British Retail Consortium releases practical guidance for British retail businesses to ensure they have the appropriate preventative and response measures in place to reduce their vulnerabilities and to protect both themselves and their customers.
Despite unique attacks on their sector, IT professionals in retail are overconfident in their ability to quickly collect data needed to identify and remediate cyber-attacks.
McDonald's has been tinkering with the idea of using biometrics to manage employee access to corporate systems inside its retail locations, said a McDonald's corporate manager at SC Congress Chicago on Thursday.
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Thousands of retailers have been hit by credit card detail stealing malware. They way the hackers got in? unpatched software flaws.
A robust underground marketplace for the sale of stolen products from compromised accounts as well as shady online services has been detected in Russia.
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In the perennial corporate tug-of-war over budget, Finish Line's director of security and compliance Cory Deeter recently relied on an independent security assessment service to influence upper-level executives to increase funding for cyber-security initiatives.
Today's panel at IPEXPO discussed the common bad habit of blaming the victim rather than the criminals who committed the crime.
A new marketing survey has revealed UK companies are sometimes less upstanding than we might hope when dealing with rivals, including deploying cyber sabotage techniques.
The entire company must be aware of security risks, and their role, with safeguards in place to make it harder for mistakes to happen, as well as training to raise awareness of the consequences of a leak says Jens Puhle.
The six-month anniversary of chipped credit cards is coming up on 1 April and the general consensus in the industry on the rollout is "so far so good."
Kaspersky noticed an increase in fake emails that claim to be from Amazon online stores offering free gifts.
As the festive season arrives, hackers have been trying out a new trick: phishing emails in the forms of parcel delivery notifications.
Amazon has suddenly force-reset many of it's customers passwords after a vulnerability scare
iSIGHT says it has discovered the most advanced POS malware it has ever seen, with the ability to customise its attacks to individual victims.
A new threat intelligence report from FireEye has identified a group using techniques and tools commonly employed by retailers to target high-level government and military officials.
Malicious barcodes could be used to infiltrate security infrastructure, according to security researchers who found they could send ASCII characters and open command shells via the barcode scanner.
M&S website closed for two hours as customers see the account details of others. Retailer says it was an internal issue, not a hack, and no financial details were disclosed.
The personal information of 150,000 customers of an as-yet-unnamed casino was compromised following an incursion by the "Fin5" hacking group.
Three top-selling smart home hubs on Amazon have zero-day vulnerabilities that could allow an outsider entry into the user's home, Tripwire reported.
In the age of connected objects, social networks, smartphones and new consumer behaviours, the IT security department has an increasingly important role for enterprises across all sectors, says Thierry Bettini.
Businesses of all sizes have begun to consider iPad POS as a viable option, but what are the security implications, asks Josh Smith.
Retailers are being attacked by new POS malware, sent from Russia, that uses phishing emails based on fake job enquiries.
Over one billion records were compromised last year as data breaches became a regular occurrence, especially in the UK, according to a new report.