The world of retail tends to move in cycles—perhaps using an ethical hacker is the next trend in retail security and data protection.
Vector Security Networks announced a strategic relationship with Barracuda Networks to better secure clients and grow their cyber-as-a-service practice.
A new study finds retail organizations doing a middling job overall with significant room for improvement in cyber-security training.
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 hackers infiltrated systems in the private and public sectors by adding malware to a legitimate software update from SolarWinds.
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.
“Organizations should never have to choose between protecting the privacy of individuals and their physical security,” said Pierre Racz of Genetec.
Key trends include innovative security technology, focus on privacy, growing cybersecurity concerns, hybrid cloud adoption, and supply chain trust.