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News and coverage of security threats from in-store related theft involving employees, shop-lifting and organized crime, as well as digital issues related to cybersecurity, data breaches and theft.

Dick’s Sporting Goods recognizes the importance of identity

Dick’s Sporting Goods is striving to win the competition against fraudulent logins.

NRF: Organized retail crime on the up

Not every growing retail trend is a positive one.

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The nation’s largest department store chain has been the victim of an online security breach.

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Both retailers and consumers are reporting growing levels of fraudulent online and in-store transactions.

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Injuries in the workplace are a costly problem for retailers.

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One of the hottest holiday trends in e-commerce is a new cybercrime technique.

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday play critical roles in the sales and viability of both online and brick-and-mortar retailers.


Orvis has reportedly leaked internal user data on a popular text-sharing site.

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Online threats facing retailers are becoming more complex and threatening, but many retailers are still unprepared to deal with such attacks.

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GNC Holdings Inc. is applying artificial intelligence (AI) to prevent fraud across channels.


Many third-party Amazon sellers of grocery and CPG products are reportedly shipping expired goods.


Malware has reportedly been stealing payment card data from a direct-to-consumer subsidiary of CPG giant Procter & Gamble.

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With increased traffic and sales, the holidays also bring retailers heightened risk of cyberattack. Chain Store Age recently discussed the most pressing security threats facing retailers during the 2019 holiday season and beyond with Randy Pargman, senior director of threat hunting & counter

Food City will test blockchain technology to gain visibility into its seafood supply chain. Food City, a member of U.S. food cooperative Topco Associates LLC, will pilot the new Envisible Wholechain traceability system, which runs on Mastercard’s blockchain-based Provenance Solution.

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