As with any period of economic uncertainty, fraudsters find opportunities to exploit security blind spots, often driving fraud rates up across industries. In this free Multichannel Merchant webinar, joined by Sift, learn how to build business resilience and repeatable fraud management strategies as the threat level rises in a challenging time.
If you’re selling anything online, odds are that part of your sales funnel is dependent on a payment gateway of some sort to accept payments through a bank card or third-party service. Here’s a primer on who the major providers are, the types of payment gateways, what they do and how they work and their pluses and minuses.
To help you address the growing ecommerce fraud threat, join Multichannel Merchant and Sift on Feb. 17 at 2 PM ET for a live webinar, “The Dark Web, Account Takeovers and You.” You’ll hear how leading retail and ecommerce companies are gaining competitive advantages by proactively preventing payment fraud, ATO and content abuse.
Recognizing the risks, retailers are increasing their cybersecurity budgets. Some threats are more prominent than others, and directing resources toward these risks helps you capitalize on ecommerce opportunities without compromise. Here are 3 threats worthy of investment and attention to create a secure shopping experience.
Shadow Code effectively solves real problems and accelerates web development, critical to giving online holiday shoppers a stellar experience. But it does carry risks and could Grinch the holidays. You need to build guardrails that enable your team to develop innovative web applications while detecting and stopping malicious code.
Without a proactive prevention plan, an ecommerce store is bound to lose customer data and revenue as transactions soar during COVID-19. Here are 5 of the most common cyber threats to look out for, plus some quick tips to prevent them, as well as suggestions for improving your overall site security.
Hanna Andersson, the Portland, OR-based children’s clothing brand with Swedish roots, was hacked in a magecart attack last fall that exposed customers’ credit card information, including CVV codes, but is just now coming to light. The hack revealed credit card information from transactions between Sept. 16 and Nov. 11, 2019.
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.