A Guide to Reducing Risk for the Retail Industry

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A rise in eCommerce activity also presents more cybersecurity opportunities for criminals. Intigriti explains how retailers can successfully work with ethical hackers and bug bounty programs to improve their cybersecurity.

Retailers are, and always have been, attractive targets for cybercriminals. As the industry rapidly evolves its digital landscape and its metrics stay firmly focused on maximising revenue, platforms and applications are often left with weak spots in their defences.

One only has to perform a quick online search of data breaches to know that customer data is increasingly subject to theft for online stores. But business owners in this industry are quickly waking up to these issues and increasing their security measures.

Luckily, retailers do not need to fight this cybersecurity battle alone.

In this eBook, Intigriti:

  • Shines a light on who ethical hackers (security researchers) are.
  • How eCommerce stores work with ethical hackers to strengthen their cybersecurity defences.
  • Best practices for creating a strong vulnerability disclosure process.

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