Ansgar Koene, senior research fellow, horizon digital economy, UnBias, University of Nottingham, and Derek McAuley, professor of digital economy, University of Nottingham, discuss how devices connected to the internet can be weaponised by hackers.
In the build-up to RBTE 2017, we will be shining the spotlight on some of its exhibitors and the personalities behind them. Today, we hear from Paul Collins, general manager of Safescan UK&I and fan of hit US series, Breaking Bad.
New technology to boost ATM security, mobile app-based payment and special offers, and innovative cash counting methods. How are today's UK convenience retailers using technology?
In the build-up to RBTE 2017, we will be shining the spotlight on some of its exhibitors and the personalities behind them. Today, we hear from Stephen Bergeron, VP global marketing at APG Cash Drawer and a man who clearly loves his coffee!
The British Retail Consortium has described the launch of the UK's new National Cyber Security Centre as "a hugely positive development" for the retail industry.
The latest Visa Biometric Payments study shows banks are the institutions most trusted by consumers to handle their biometric data.
The majority of retailers do not have a plan to respond to the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), according to a survey.
Marks & Spencer says it is realising a range of operational and commercial benefits from its use of CCTV across the organisation, while following a new CCTV Code of Practice.
System security is in the spotlight after recent data breaches were detected in Oracle-owned Micros's legacy PoS and at accountancy software firm Sage. Independent adviser Neira Jones calls for tighter security scrutiny.
New research shows that card fraud rose in ten European countries last year, with the largest increase experienced in the UK.
New research suggests that European countries experience less card fraud than countries in the Americas, mainly due to the continent's earlier adoption of EMV.
The National Crime Agency suggests the under-reporting of cybercrime in the UK is obscuring the full impact of this growing problem on UK businesses. Better reporting of incidents can help combat cybercrime, the body says.