Dec 11, 2015

The Retail TouchPoints Blog • Holiday E-Commerce Security Checklist: Don't Put...

By Alisdair Faulkner, ThreatMetrix According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), 2013 holiday retail sales increased 3.8% over 2012, for a total of $601.8 billion. With the NRF and industry insiders predicting even more robust growth this year, retailers will be prime targets for cybercriminals during the 2014 holiday shopping season. But here’s the catch: To properly protect...

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