CEOs and corporate Boards of Directors are recognizing that a greater amount of dynamic risk attaches to cyber security-related matters than to physical security issues. However, survey results do not indicate a diminishing role for physical security. Instead, respondents tended to report a unified security plan.
Recently in the news you probably saw, read, or heard something about FaceApp—a mobile application that takes a picture and uses artificial intelligence to...
Law enforcement recently announced the takedowns of two of the world’s largest dark web drug sites known as Wall Street Market and Valhalla.
The growing move to faster payment options for retailers may improve merchants’ cash flow, but increased transaction speed brings along with it the increased...
According to the 2018 Cost of Data Breach study, the retail industry ranked fifth in frequency of data breaches. Since the dawn of the digital age, we've fought cyber pirates with tools like firewalls, encryption, strong passwords, antivirus software and white-hat hackers.
As we increasingly turn to data for the insights that drive our decisions, we do so with the assumptions that the data is available to us, we can use it, and—even more importantly—that it is correct. None of this happens without excellent retail data management. (Bonus: LPM Podcast content!)
Managing cybersecurity risks while balancing the appropriate prevention will continue to play a major role throughout all sectors. The need to have advanced response plans to a cyber incident come to the forefront in 2019.
Posts about Facebook security, cyber risk trends, and scam artists past and present all made it into the top five for the data protection category.
Data security is a task that only the government and business leaders need to worry about, right? Wrong!
It’s important to consider how a sense of entitlement can motivate wrongdoing, according to experts. For many of today’s workers, experts say, it’s not stealing at all—it’s leaving with what’s theirs.