Ransomware attacks haven’t slowed much during the pandemic, and retailers are still vulnerable as evidenced by two recent attacks on Boggi Milano and Home Hardware.
Based on a KPMG survey, nearly one-fifth (18%) of CEOs see cyber security risks as the number one threat to their organizations’ growth over the next three years.
The exercise, EX-RH2021, will cover a full day of play including a training session at the start for participants to get the most out of the exercise.
As retailers expand their online operations, the sheer expanse of their attack surface makes protection more difficult.
A core principle in e-commerce security is that more fraud always accompanies more transactions, increasing retailers' risk.
A new study finds retail organizations doing a middling job overall with significant room for improvement in cyber-security training.
Key trends include innovative security technology, focus on privacy, growing cybersecurity concerns, hybrid cloud adoption, and supply chain trust.
The security threat from an airborne information transfer is obvious—any in-range reader could capture the same information.
Are corporate networks ready to ensure their systems are protected from the risk of a cyber attack owing to staff and their equipment working from home?
Ranked in the “Top 50” information security events globally, Cyber Security Summit has moved its entire calendar of events to a virtual trade show platform.
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