Security is always a concern for retailers, and it's vital it is not forgotten in the busy Christmas period, argues Hooman Mazaheri, director for service provider outreach at mobile operators association GSMA.
Almost three-quarters of UK consumers surveyed for new research on cybersecurity say they would reconsider using a company if it had failed to keep their personal details safe.
The US's shift to EMV will provide the strongest security protections, and will also be a business and technology enabler, argues PCI SSC's international director, Jeremy King.
New research shows that retailers in the UK are spending around £2 billion annually on loss prevention solutions, with EAS top of their shopping lists.
During a week of high-profile data breaches, Moonpig's new managing director James Sturrock says retailers should make IT security part of their wider commercial strategies – not view it as a separate division.
The major advantage of today's P2PE solutions is that they provide the strongest protections available for retailers' customer data, says Jeremy King, international director at PCI SSC.
The use of mobile technology is increasingly important in global retail operations. With investment in these systems not insignificant, Argos has deployed a new solution to reduce the chance of damage.
A UK store pleads guilty to supplying counterfeit Epson products to German market. Technology company advises customers to stick to certified sellers and its own eCommerce platform when buying its goods.
In the build-up to RBTE 2016, Essential Retail will be shining the spotlight on some of its exhibitors. Today, it's retail performance and security solutions business Tyco Retail Solutions.
Builders' merchant Travis Perkins is arming its fleet of drivers with new proof of delivery technology.
Cash drawer and PoS solutions manufacturer Cash Bases is returning to RBTE in 2016 but in a new guise, following its recent merger with APG.
If we're not bringing out anything new and only delivering the same online technology, people will get tired of that, so we have to innovate, says GHD's internet technical solutions manager, Spencer Hudson.