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Consumer trust

How much do consumers really trust your checkout?

Consumer trustThis is what we set out to find with this study commissioned to PYMNTS We’ve all heard about the boom in online shopping since the onset of the pandemic and the ensuing rise in cyberattacks. But how have the increases in online shopping and data breaches impacted consumers’ trust in payment channels? We set out to find answers in our Securing eCommerce study, conducted in collaboration with PYMNTS. The study surveyed a census-balanced panel of 2,368 U.S. consumers about their

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Robert Capps, Pymt podcast

Consumers Beware: There’s No Such Thing As A Free App

Robert Capps, Pymt podcastPYMTS | June 1, 2021 – If you’re using a service and not paying for it, then you’re not the customer, you’re the product. Free isn’t really free and there is often a price to be paid for accepting the service – sometimes an incredibly high one. “When installing apps infected with software that makes your computer part of a botnet, the traffic from your machine will look like it’s originating from you, and there could be potential consequences,” says NuData’s

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ransomware

Advice on Anti-Ransomware Day: Prepare as if it’s any other kind of cyberattack

ransomwareIT World Canada | May 12, 2021 – If you’re well-prepared for any cyberattack you’re prepared for ransomware. “Ransomware is a disaster recovery event,” says Robert Capps, vice-president of innovation at the NuData Security division of Mastercard. “And for a lot of organizations, it’s a fairly mild one. For others, it can be business-impacting. “When you talk to CISOs about any sort of disaster situation it comes down to resiliency and recoverability. Ransomware is just a fancy disruption attack. There

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Justin Fox, NuData Director of Software Engineering

Why HTTPS isn’t as secure as it seems — and what that means for your company

Justin Fox, NuData Director of Software EngineeringBack End News | May 5, 2021 – HTTPS protects data in transit, but it doesn’t mean a site is secure. Phishing sites can use HTTPS to indicate secure transmission. Your company can bolster security by educating employees about the fact that HTTPS sites aren’t always trustworthy. Moreover, a multi-layered security approach can limit damage from phishing attacks. For the complete article, see Why HTTPS isn’t as secure as it seems — and what that means for your company.

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