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While the well-reported data breaches at companies like Target and Neiman Marcus are long gone, the sting lives on. In fact, a recent study found that today, 60 percent  of consumers still believe merchant e-commerce sites aren't doing enough to protect their credit card and personal information. So what can retailers do to make sure consumers can trust them again?

Listen to this lively and educational webinar with Andreas Baumhof from ThreatMetrix and Laura Guntren from Symantec as they discuss four ways online retailers can increase consumer trust and how that increased trust can lead to an increase in online sales.

Attendees to this webinar will learn the following:
-- best practices around creating trust with customers;
--how to prevent data breaches, cyber crimes, and malware attacks;
--how  online trust seal can boost consumer confidence as well as website conversions and sales, and
-- so much more!

Come to this session armed with your questions. You'll be able to submit questions directly to our panelists for a live Q&A session during the hour.

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Security isn't always about investing in the most expensive solutions. Rather, it's about adopting strong security policies and integrating them into day-to-day activities. Consider Target's case. It had a proper compliance validation assessment with PCI Security and spent $1.6 million on a malware detection system, yet overlooked warnings about intrusion. This shows that investing a fortune on sophisticated IT security systems and obtaining compliance certificates doesn't guarantee that all data is heavily protected by default. With the amount of information obtained by organizations constantly changing and growing, a single malicious, unnoticed modification may lead to a data leak. So what can retailers do to prevent data breaches?

Neiman Marcus and Capital One have created a mobile wallet for the luxury retailer's credit card customers who use Apple iPhones. Customers can make in-store purchases without carrying a plastic credit card. NM Mobile Wallet will work with Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman and customer cards from Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Neiman Marcus chose its own route vs. accepting Apple Pay. The NM Mobile wallet app actually works on more versions of the iPhone than Apple Pay, which only works on its newest iPhone 6. NM Mobile Wallet requires that phones operate with at least version iOS 7.

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