Adhering to the set of ground rules set forth in the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI/DSS) defines how merchants who accept credit cards manage card data and their own networks to ensure it remains safe from theft and abuse. Here’s what you need to know in order to stay in compliance.
The California Consumer Privacy Act or CCPA, which will take effect on Jan. 1, 2020, aims to enhance privacy rights and consumer protection for residents of California. Yet it impacts all industries, and some of its requirements are particularly challenging for retailers. Here are some considerations of what will be required for CCPA compliance.
So-called Grinch bots buy up popular toys in bulk at Christmas and resell them at a profit. They affected as much as 97% of traffic to ecommerce sites in the week ending Cyber Monday, Radware claimed. Now Congress is considering legislation for the third time to combat the threat. Will a new law or technology solve the problem?
A study commissioned by PayPal shows consumers are shopping on smartphones more than ever but remain concerned about mobile commerce security. The global study across age groups found 80% of consumers have shopped via smartphone, but only 63% of ecommerce businesses are optimized to accept mobile payments.
The holiday shopping season is practically upon us, which means savvy consumers are getting ready for the best sales of the year. Unfortunately, they’re not the only ones preparing to take advantage of the season. Learn about the serious threats posed by bad actors like Magecart groups, and what steps you can take now to be protected.
The retail industry has a counterfeit problem and it’s threatening brands across the world. According to the International Chamber of Commerce, the global economic cost of counterfeiting and piracy could reach $2.3 trillion by 2022. Here are measures retailers should take to prevent 3P sellers from offering counterfeit goods.
Fraud as a percentage cost of revenues has steadily climbed over the past several years, from an average of 0.51% in 2013 to 1.80% in 2018, and that number is expected to keep rising as CNP fraud continues to grow. Here are some key factors when considering whether to have all of your fraud screening done in house or outsourced.