Alibaba has launched the 'IP Joint-Force System', an online platform designed to clamp down more efficiently on intellectual property-related issues and improve communication between the marketplace and its partner brands.
Olivia Savage, managing associate at law firm, Lewis Silkin, assesses the data security threat to the retail industry.
James Pepper, technical services director at Vista Retail Support, provides tips on how retailers should approach payment data encryption.
IT decision makers in businesses across Europe have shown a significant awareness of the need to focus on security when meeting the challenges and opportunities of the digital age.
UK retailers are increasingly concerned about the risk of damage to their respective reputations and brands, according to a survey from Aon and the British Retail Consortium.
Michael Sinn, vice president of category support at Otto Group, on the need to boost data science skills in retail and how employees can work alongside machine-learning systems for the betterment of business.
The National Retail Federation has announced that Southeastern Grocers' vice president of asset protection, Dan Faketty, will lead its Loss Prevention Council.
Ten days after Co-op predicted card and mobile payments will outstrip cash transactions in its stores over the next decade, the food retailer has increased its invested in electronic payment security.
M&S has talked up SureCloud's technology which it uses to manage its cybersecurity governance and compliance processes.
As cybersecurity continues to move up the corporate agenda, IT training company QA has created a London-based lab that it says can help organisations prepare for cyber attacks.
Menswear retailer Gieves & Hawkes is trialling RFID in its Birmingham store as it looks to get a clearer view of inventory and follow an alternative loss prevention strategy.
Fraud losses on UK payment cards grew by 18% year on year in 2015, according to a new report by Financial Fraud Action UK.