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Mastercard: Digital Identity Aligns Security With Consumer Experience

Identity theft, hand picking out the letter yPYMTS | June 23, 2021 – After countless data breaches and hacker attempts on their personal data, consumers are pretty well fed-up with the problem and have taken on a zero-tolerance stance. The recent PYMNTS and NuData Securing eCommerce study found that consumers take data theft and fraud so seriously that nearly two-thirds (65 percent) of all eCommerce shoppers report that even a single instance of personal data theft would cause them to almost never choose to shop with the

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3 Cybersecurity Resolutions to Survive 2021

Predicting a global pandemic that reshaped how we interact with each other and our devices at a fundamental level would be nigh impossible, but we have seen an acceleration in the shift to cloud-based services. This shows the adaptability of organizations looking to evolve and thrive during an unprecedented event. However, this shift has also left some businesses vulnerable to exploitation. My one-line forecast is that we should expect a cloud migration trend to continue or even accelerate in 2021

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Holiday Shopping: Linking to Gifts or The Trapdoor for Cybercrime

November 27, 2018 — Santa Claus may not be the only one coming to town this holiday season. As cybercriminals gear up to take advantage of of online shopping systems, here’s what you can do to stay cyber safe. With the holiday season right around the corner, both merchants and consumers need to make sure they’re prepared for a new wave of cyber attacks.   Robert Capps, VP at NuData Security, in his latest article explores how cybercriminals are using

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Biometric Update: Hackers Beware: Passive Biometrics is Turning the Tables on Cybercrime

October 17, 2018 — Say goodbye to passwords. Passive biometrics and behavioural analytics are changing the way users are verified online.    This Halloween, monsters aren’t the only ones out to get you. Robert Capps, VP at NuData, in his latest article talks about the inadequacy of passwords in authentication and how they no longer create a barrier against fraud due to their weakness. No matter how creative we think they are. However, with the rise of cutting-edge technologies like

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PaymentsSource: Point of sale attacks are a ‘point of no return’

September 19, 2018 — Cybercriminals are getting creative with malware for point of sale devices – and what you need to know to protect your data.   Ryan Wilk, VP at NuData, in his latest article discusses how increased malware creativity and sophistication targeted at point of sale (POS) systems is leaving data such as credit card information exposed. The new malware targets system weaknesses that have affected many household brands in the last months. Necessary precautions need to be incorporated

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