The rate at which data breaches are hitting and impacting businesses shows no sign of slowing.
A majority of companies, including retailers, are confident about cyber-security, but their confidence may not be justified.
The nation's retailers lost a staggering amount of money in 2016 due to shoplifting, organized crime, internal theft and other types of inventory shrink.
A computer glitch is blamed for canceled orders and growing frustrations among Tesco’s home delivery customers.
With fraudulent card-not-present (CNP) transactions on the rise, losses will become staggering over the next five years.
Merchants may be losing out on potential e-commerce sales due to shoppers’ concerns over the security of their information in the digital world.
The Buckle is the latest cyber-crime target.
In a sobering statistic, one out of every 27 employees was apprehended for theft from their employer in 2016.
For the second time in less than three years, Kmart was hit by a malicious hack.
E-commerce fraud as a percent of sales dollars may be on the decline, however losses still account for billions of dollars.