Despite the superior security features associated with EMV technology, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has issued a warning that the new chip cards currently making their way into American wallets may be vulnerable to certain types of fraud.
Two new surveys — one of security experts and the other of web-users, all in the U.S. — focused on the same question: What do you do to stay safe online? GoogleTM, who conducted the surveys, wanted to compare and contrast responses from the two groups to better understand differences and why they may exist.
When it comes to data security, most small businesses find themselves in a conundrum. Statistics show that small businesses are most vulnerable to hack attacks and data breach, so it’s critical that their owners take the proper steps to protect themselves and their customers. But how?
Credit card fraud is a subject that most people want to avoid, and understandably so. However, a basic understanding of what constitutes credit card fraud, how it occurs and how to prevent it can help merchants and consumers protect themselves and keep their financial information safe.
A new report on the nature of data security threats faced by companies, detection and response trends, and the consequences that follow reveals that employee negligence was responsible for more than a third of the incidents studied.