Detecting and Preventing Retail Cyber Crime

Detecting and Preventing Retail Cyber Crime


The systems involved in retail transactions should act in limited and predictable ways. If they don’t, that is probably a sign of some sort of suspicious activity, whether it be malware, data exfiltration, or firewall misconfigurations.

If you can identify indicators and evidence in real-time with machine-based analytics you can avoid these compromises and data breaches in the first place.

Continue on to this important whitepaper now to learn how to properly instrument and monitor for anomalous activity. Also discover a security intelligence platform that can directly monitor endpoints and much more.

LogRhythm, Inc.
30 Apr 2014
30 Apr 2014
4 Page(s)
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