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As retailers integrate their digital and physical shopping experiences to future-proof their business models, it’s never been more important to be aware of the cybersecurity vulnerabilities that can be created by digital transformation.
Globally, 77 percent of retail organizations surveyed were hit—a 75 percent increase from 2020. This is also 11 percent more than the cross-sector average attack rate of 66 percent.
In a world where we have too much on our individual plates, there has never been a more critical time for collaboration, diplomacy, and international co-operation.
NRF PROTECT 2022 focused on innovative ways to combat retail security crime, lead with control and effectiveness, and more.
Fortinet has announced the availability of its Security Awareness and Training service for companies to further protect their security posture.
The rapid change in retail is making it increasingly difficult for us to mitigate risk of cyberattacks. We must remain vigilant and take a balanced approach that focuses on prevention and how we respond to a cyber event. Here are some trends to consider.
We extract major economic benefits from modern supply chains, because each organization can focus on its core mission or specialty. This narrowing of focus is very effective, allowing each organization to be the best at whatever it does, but this same narrowing of focus means the system as a whole becomes fragile.
Five major themes that are most likely to impact the supply chain in 2019 are delineated in a new report from BSI in the...
Theft, fraud, and losses from other retail “shrink” totaled $50.6 billion in 2018, up from $46.8 billion the year before.