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 California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), effective Jan. 1, 2020, has wide-ranging impacts far beyond the state’s borders. From new preventative measures retailers must make, to increased safeguards for consumer data, these new policies will fundamentally change the retail sector. Here’s what you need to know about its impact.
PayPal has a reputation for safety and security, which makes it the first choice for many ecommerce businesses that need to have a way to accept online payments. Unfortunately, fraud and criminal activities still occur there as elsewhere. Here are 5 PayPal scams any ecommerce seller using the widespread service should watch out for.
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 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.
Ecommerce companies are thoroughly examining their operations for compliance issues. You must pay equal attention to the fulfillment center, especially if you’re tracking customer data there with different tools maintained separately from your ecommerce platform. These three gut checks will help you assess your data breach readiness.
Nearly three-quarters of U.S. consumers favor a national data privacy law that applies to all 50 states equally, according to a new survey. Adults are most comfortable handing over their email address and birth date, and least comfortable handing giving up their address and phone number, the survey found.
Both the U.S. Postal Service and Amazon experienced data glitches that exposed customer information. The USPS may have exposed the personal data of more than 60 million customers, while Amazon told customers their names and email addresses were exposed due to a technical error on its ecommerce site.