In 2016, every business is a digital business. Traditional businesses will be vulnerable to disruption, and emerging industries will face new threats. With cyberattacks costing businesses about half a trillion dollars – conservatively – in 2015 alone. What does 2016 hold?
Cybersecurity will be a focus of the upcoming presidential election as organized crime rings continue to expand and terrorism shifts online. Retailers will continue to fall victim to attacks and suffer millions in losses and debts, leading to more lawsuits.
American Express and Airbnb announce a first-of-its-kind tech integration that enables U.S. Card Members to quickly and seamlessly sign up for Airbnb and book stays at close to 2 million listings around the globe.
NCR released the latest version of its Fractals enterprise fraud detection solution, which delivers new eBanking fraud detection, powerful new fraud management features and an enhanced user interface. This new release incorporates many additions built in response to requests from the Fractals customer base.
AZ-based Early Warning introduced the Authentify Platform. The Authentify Platform is a suite of solutions that enables a simplified, unified approach to authentication. All capabilities are accessed via a single Enterprise API significantly reducing the cost of complex risk-managed multi-factor authentication and increasing the speed of adding future authenticators.
New stunning research shows the average estimated price for stolen credit and debit cards: $5 to $30 in the United States; $20 to $35 in the United Kingdom; $20 to $40 in Canada; $21 to $40 in Australia; and $25 to $45 in the European Union. Also, bank login credentials for a $2,200 balance bank account selling for $190.
London-based GoSend, a new international shopping and shipping service, has launched in the UK. Based in one of five tax-free U.S. states, Delaware, GoSend is a unique subscription service offering members a ‘virtual locker’, giving them a U.S. address to reduce shipping fees from U.S. retailers and extend bulk discounts to ship for less anywhere in the world.
NXT-ID, the creators of the Wocket smart wallet, has introduced the Wocket Wagon. This is a fully featured experiential vehicle in the form of an armored car representing the security features that come with Wocket. The Wocket Wagon will tour the country making demos, sales and increasing customer awareness about Wocket and identity theft.
Amazon Webstore owners can seamlessly migrate their online store to Shopify. As Amazon’s preferred migration partner, we’ve worked closely with the Webstore team to make moving to Shopify simple.
Ueshima Coffee, part of the UCC Group has inked Boku, the global leader in mobile payments using carrier billing. This is a first of its kind partnership that allows customers to top up their Ueshima Coffee cards using their mobile phone in order to purchase coffee, food, and other products in any Ueshima coffee shop.
Pay & iATS says its platform integrates with iATS Payments. This integration enables a new frictionless process for nonprofit fundraising.
MobileCrypt announced the immediate availability of “MobileCrypt for Good,” which brings government certified hardware-level security to the Good Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform.