Press enter to search
Close search
Open Menu


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.

Report: Decathlon exposes employee, customer data

The world’s largest sporting goods retailer has reportedly suffered a widescale security breach.

Juniper Research: Online payment fraud losses to exceed $200 billion

The ongoing high level of data breaches and fraud innovation techniques is driving high losses for e-commerce and other types of businesses. 

The new Verizon Mobile Security Index reveals that retailers hold numerous mobile security concerns.

coronavirus on map

Supply chain disruptions and contamination concerns are two challenges the coronavirus poses to Chinese retailers.

Brad’s Deals is reaching out to users of a platform that verifies online offers.


Federal judges will determine if Amazon holds responsibility for damages caused by goods sold on Amazon Marketplace.

Cybercriminals are evolving their techniques for breaking into computer networks.

Large technology platforms such as Amazon, Google, and Facebook may have less control over data and more AI restrictions in the EU.

man shopping online

The United States plans to step up its enforcement of counterfeit goods — especially the ones that are sold by Amazon and other operators of third-party online retail platforms.

An independent consumer electronics retailer is bolstering e-commerce security with artificial intelligence (AI).


Criminals may be trying to sell hacked payment card data from Wawa customers.

crystal ball

A new year full of technology-fueled change and transformation beckons for retailers.

mobile phone

A surprisingly high percentage of retail and e-commerce apps may be putting customer data at risk.


Iranian hackers may be preparing widespread attacks across U.S. industries – including retail.

Show More