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  • Security in 2016: The RSAC Advisory Board's Industry Predictions

    by Jennifer Lawinski on December 21, 2015

    The security landscape is constantly evolving, and while it's hard to predict the future, the experts of the RSAC Advisory Board have rubbed their crystal balls and offer some insight into where they see the industry moving next year. What can we expect to see in 2016? Healthcare data will be more valuable to hackers, although experts disagree on how high-profile hacks will be next year. …

  • EMV Leads to Increased Digital Risks This Holiday Shopping Season

    by Alisdair Faulkner on December 16, 2015

    The deadline for U.S. retailers and credit card processors to adopt the Europay-MasterCard-Visa (EMV) global standard chip cards passed in October, and those who have yet to adopt the technology will now be liable for any point-of-sale (POS) fraud losses. Given the high-profile retail data breaches in recent years—including Home Depot, Michael’s, Neiman Marcus and Sally Beauty—all of which were…

  • Combating Digital 'Overage' in a Goods-'Shrinkage' World

    by Chenxi Wang on December 14, 2015

    It’s that time again, when retail businesses across the country expect to see the year's highest volume of consumer transactions. Stores are decked out, discounts are advertised, and shoppers—both physical and cyber—are rolling in. A friend of mine, a manager of several retail branch stores for a national brand, told me that in brick-and-mortar retail stores, they keep in mind the concept of…

  • Getting Ready for the Holiday Hacking Season

    by Wendy Nather on December 7, 2015

    Here at the Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Center (R-CISC), we're bracing ourselves for one of the busiest times of year — not just for retailers, but for criminals. Of course, not all retailers see huge increases in sales volume right now (when's the last time you got a tire as a present?), but for many, this is a critical period. During peak shopping windows, availability is everything. If a…

  • How to Stay Safe on Cyber Monday

    by Jennifer Lawinski on November 30, 2015

    Tis the season for online fraud. And this year's Cyber Monday is expected to give cybercriminals more potential victims than ever before. Adobe expects online shoppers will spend more than $3 billion online today, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. More than 270 million shoppers are expected to spend more than $83 billion throughout the holiday season, and more than half of those purchases…

  • Criminals Use CEO Emails to Target Companies

    by RSAC Contributor on September 3, 2015

    That email from the CEO in your inbox may not be real. Stop and pick up the phone to make sure it's legitimate before you take action. The FBI said cybercriminals stole nearly $750 million from more than 7,000 companies in the United States between October 2013 and August 2015. When you include international victims, total losses from busness-to-email attacks exceed $1.2 billion. Attackers, …

  • Mining Your Banking Data Gold Mine

    by Dale "Woody" Wooden on May 14, 2015

    Dale "Woody" Wooden illustrates security concepts through stories. His past posts discussed how attackers mine employees' social media accounts for information and how social media can be used against you. This story is about companies asking for way too much information about your business. Would you give up all your itemized bank statements to a third party? Hand over information about…

  • Spam Nation: The Inside Story of Organized Cybercrime-from Global Epidemic to Your Front Door.

    by Ben Rothke on December 8, 2014

    There are really two stories within Spam Nation: The Inside Story of Organized Cybercrime-from Global Epidemic to Your Front Door. The first is how Brian Krebs uncovered the Russian cybergangs that sent trillions of spam emails for years. As interesting and compelling as that part of the story is; the second storyline is much more surprising and fascinating. Along with George V. Hulme and Steve…

  • Official (ISC)2 Guide to the CCFP CBK

    by Ben Rothke on October 21, 2014

    The Certified Cyber Forensics Professional (CCFP) is the latest certification from ISC 2 , creators of the CISSP certification. The CCFP, like the CISSP, is built around a common body of knowledge (CBK) that includes established forensics disciplines as well as newer challenges, such as mobile forensics, cloud forensics, anti-forensics, and more. For those looking for reference guide, the Official…

  • Losing Faith with Retail POS?

    by Christopher Burgess on May 28, 2014

    The technology section of every newspaper, magazine or online entity lately is describing how point of sale (POS), and the use of your credit cards is a bit like playing Russian roulette with the retail POS terminals — are they or are they not compromised? The recent batch of retail breaches of payment card industry (PCI) data began with Target, then Neiman Marcus, Michaels, and a bevy of…

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