A Cost-Effective Approach to Online Fraud Protection for Retailers
Did you know that the incidence of online fraud is growing in the U.S.? And that more than 60 percent of business leaders recently surveyed by Bit9, a provider of trust-based solutions, believe they will be the target of a cyber attack in the next six months. As for the types of attacks, most of those surveyed believe malware (Trojans, rootkits, worms, viruses, etc.) will be the top attack method used by attackers, and the attacks are most likely to come from anonymous/hacktivists, cyber criminals and nation states.
As a result, understanding how to protect you and your online customers’ data should be top mind. Unfortunately, for many retailers, data security can be a confusing maze of acronymns, standards and rules that end up at the bottom of their loaded to-do lists.
To make sense of data security — and to understand the importance of it — be sure to listen in to an informative webinar that Retail Online Integration is hosting on Sept. 20, sponsored by Bit9. David Montague of The Fraud Practice (and author of "Fraud Prevention Techniques for Credit Card Fraud") and Chris Strand, senior solutions consultant and compliance specialist at Bit9, will discuss the following:
- how to prevent credit card fraud in the card-not-present space;
- best practices around data security and online fraud protection;
- what the PCI data security standards are;
- best practices around cost-effective PCI compliance; and
- so much more!
To register for this webinar, please click here.