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  • Comment: Why cybersecurity makes financial sense for retailers

    Comment: Why cybersecurity makes financial sense for retailers

    Most retailer technology investment of late has been on improving eCommerce offerings, rather than strengthening security, warn Alvarez & Marsal's Ian Woosey and Sandeep Kumar.

    Comment: Why cybersecurity makes financial sense for retailers
  • In focus: Association for Retail Technology Standards

    In focus: Association for Retail Technology Standards

    Karen Shunk, vice-president of the US-based Association for Retail Technology Standards (ARTS), gives us the lowdown on her organisation and explains why it's "almost pointless" talking about big data.

    In focus: Association for Retail Technology Standards
  • Target takes profit hit following data breach

    Target takes profit hit following data breach

    US-based retail chain Target reported Q4 trading figures this week, with CEO Gregg Steinhafel admitting that results were "softened meaningfully" by last December's data breach.

    Target takes profit hit following data breach
  • Comment: Consequences of a data breach on retailers

    Comment: Consequences of a data breach on retailers

    With some high-profile retail data breaches coming to light recently, Alvarez & Marsal's Ian Woosey and Sandeep Kumar assess the direct and indirect costs of a data breach to a retailer.

    Comment: Consequences of a data breach on retailers
  • BRC calls for more collaboration to combat cybercrime

    BRC calls for more collaboration to combat cybercrime

    Authorities, trade bodies and individual retailers must work ever more closely together to effectively combat the emerging threat of cybercrime, says the British Retail Consortium.

    BRC calls for more collaboration to combat cybercrime
  • Tesco hit by cyber-security attack

    Tesco hit by cyber-security attack

    Tesco has succumbed to a cyber-security attack, with thousands of its customers' personal details reportedly published online.

    Tesco hit by cyber-security attack
  • Comment: Cybercrime should be high on a retail CEO's agenda

    Comment: Cybercrime should be high on a retail CEO's agenda

    Just as food provenance and supply chain integrity have become board level concerns, cyber security now needs the same focus, according to Alvarez & Marsal's Ian Woosey.

    Comment: Cybercrime should be high on a retail CEO's agenda
  • Retailers realising multiple benefits of RFID adoption

    Retailers realising multiple benefits of RFID adoption

    Big name retailers from around the world are increasingly utilising RFID technology across their businesses to boost efficiency and top-line figures.

    Retailers realising multiple benefits of RFID adoption
  • Majority of retail fraud committed online

    Majority of retail fraud committed online

    The same opportunities that eCommerce presents to retailers are those which can also be exploited by criminals. Read more, as the BRC's annual report shows a rise in fraud and cybercrime.

    Majority of retail fraud committed online
  • Q&A: Paul Boyd, retail business manager at Selection Services

    Q&A: Paul Boyd, retail business manager at Selection Services

    Paul Boyd, retail business manager at Selection Services, which works with the likes of TK Maxx, Liberty and Day Lewis Pharmacy, offers his views on the current state of the retail industry.

    Q&A: Paul Boyd, retail business manager at Selection Services
  • Target data breach could stimulate migration to chip-based cards

    Target data breach could stimulate migration to chip-based cards

    US retailer Target says as many as 40 million customer credit and debit cards may have been impacted by a breach of data. But what do the experts make of the news?

    Target data breach could stimulate migration to chip-based cards
  • Counterfeiting and cybercrime causing retailers a Christmas headache

    Counterfeiting and cybercrime causing retailers a Christmas headache

    Online counterfeiting and e-crime are impacting the lives of retailers and consumers alike in the build-up to Christmas, but the UK government says it's making progress in the fight against cybercrime.

    Counterfeiting and cybercrime causing retailers a Christmas headache

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