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Why Location-Based Services are Dangerous

Location-based services – there are hundreds out there. In fact, it is a safe bet that there is more than one app on your mobile device that is utilising your location and you may not...

By Alex Mitchell | 14 Jun 2019
Macy’s Online Breach Exposes Credit Card Info

Macy’s has revealed customer data could have been breached on both and, with the number of accounts affected unclear.

April Davis By April Davis | 11 Jul 2018
Selecting the Right Anti-Fraud Tool for Your Business

Matching the right anti-fraud tool to your online business can be tricky, but these three top tips will help you pick the right tool for your business.

By Mark Dawes | 24 Mar 2016
Top Five Threats to Digital Security

Digital security is of utmost importance for any company that stores data connected to the internet. As time goes on, that means more and more businesses are at risk. Here are the top 5 concerns...

Power Up: The Online Retail Entrepreneur’s Guide – Security and Trust

A thorough security strategy will protect your online retail enterprise, but being able to effectively communicate that to consumers will have a large effect on sales.

Power Up: The Online Retail Entrepreneur’s Guide – Security and Fraud

A successful online retail business can only remain profitable so long as it can maintain a thorough level of protection against cyber security threats.

Zappos Gets Zapped - Online Shoe Giant's Security Breached

Customer service king Zappos demonstrates how retailers need to communicate with customers during an online security breach in order to retain loyalty and trust.

New Year’s Resolution #1: Revisit Your Online Security Plan

2011 saw a rise in breaches in website security across the board – perhaps it’s time to review how you are protecting your sensitive data.

Best Practice For Online Retail Security – Part Two

Following his article on the upturn in security threats accompanying e-commerce growth, John Debrincat discusses how retailers can discourage hackers.

By John Debrincat | 13 Apr 2011