Increase Cybersecurity Practices with RH-ISAC’s 2020 Regional Intelligence Workshops

The retail and hospitality sector constantly faces cybersecurity concerns. Security breaches are highly publicized and can change the way a consumer views the organization and brand – years after the breach. Collaboration within our sector is essential to combat these cyberattacks before they happen. We must come together to share cyber intelligence, best practices, tools,…

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Positive Trends in Retail and Hospitality Cybersecurity

This blog is part of the RH-ISAC holiday guidance blog series. For more blogs in this series, visit https://rhisac.org/blog/. There are plenty of things to be concerned about in the world of cybersecurity. There have been many tales of failure and frustration, and more than enough high-profile attacks and breaches to keep retail and hospitality cybersecurity…

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Biggest Holiday Risk Factors

This blog is part of the RH-ISAC holiday guidance blog series. For more blogs in this series, visit https://rhisac.org/blog/. As we enter the holiday season, malicious actors ramp up their attacks, seeking to take advantage of the increase in traffic to both digital and brick-and-mortar retailers and hospitality organizations. Attackers tend to be opportunistic: targeted, specific…

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8 Tips for the Holiday Season

Our holiday guidance blog series for retail and hospitality continues. For more blogs in this series, visit https://rhisac.org/blog/ Being this time of the year, our sector needs to be vigilant. There’s a chill in the air, decorations hung in every window, children’s eyes sparkle with wonder and expectation… and hackers lurk around every corner. The holiday…

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Top 5 Holiday Shopping Season Threats for Retail and Hospitality

This blog is part of the RH-ISAC holiday guidance blog series. For more blogs in this series, visit https://rhisac.org/blog/. The holiday season brings out more than decorations, carols, and hot chocolate. The drastic influx in retail activity as people scurry to cross items off their shopping lists means that hackers come out in droves and malicious…

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