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How to Avoid a Data Breach: Five Tips for Retailers

  • How to Avoid a Data Breach: Five Tips for Retailers-

    Join Forces with a Security Expert

    By partnering with a data security vendor, retailers can leave the managing of their security infrastructure up to the experts and focus on what's really important to their brand — selling merchandise and keeping customers happy. A partner can monitor and implement the most appropriate security measures in response to both current and emerging threats.

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How to Avoid a Data Breach: Five Tips for Retailers

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    Join Forces with a Security Expert

    By partnering with a data security vendor, retailers can leave the managing of their security infrastructure up to the experts and focus on what's really important to their brand — selling merchandise and keeping customers happy. A partner can monitor and implement the most appropriate security measures in response to both current and emerging threats.

'Tis the season to be breached. The holiday shopping season is upon us, and after the year the retail industry had, both consumers and retailers have a right to be nervous. Breaches are inevitable, and hackers are sophisticated. For shoppers, these security concerns give consumers another reason to closely monitor checking and credit card accounts. Retailers, too, should stay vigilant for suspicious activity and consider their security strategy going into this shopping season.

WinMagic Data Security published "5 Observations of Retail Data Breaches: Why Encryption?," an eBook outlining how data encryption can augment the existing PCI Data Security Standard and solve the data-protection challenges facing the retail industry. Mark Hickman, COO at WinMagic Inc., has five best practices for retailers to remain safe this holiday season.