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Facial Recognition in Retail: “Attention all Shoppers: We Already Know Everything about You”

Posted in Privacy, Retail, Security, Technology

Are you worried that “Alexa” is listening to your conversations? Do you cover your laptop camera with tape and refuse to store your passwords on your devices? Well, it looks like even stepping into the mall may require full-body armor if you wish to keep your basic data truly private. Retailers are increasingly utilizing advanced… Continue Reading

Mobile Payments: Exciting but Unknown

Posted in Restaurants, Retail, Retail Sales, Security, Technology

Mobile payment options are no longer the wave of the future. They are already here. It was projected that there would be almost 450 million mobile payment users worldwide by the end of 2016. These users generated $60 billion in mobile payment sales in 2016 alone.  Certain studies project that by the year 2020, 90… Continue Reading

FTC Publishes Data Breach Response Guidelines

Posted in Retail, Security, Technology

Whether resulting from a planned cyberattack or mere carelessness, data breaches are on the rise. In 2015, 781 data breaches were reported across the United States, with the average breach costing $3.8 million. In 2016, the total number of breaches is projected to increase, with the average cost per breach at $4 million, up 5%… Continue Reading