Industry

Retail Cybersecurity

Design a retail cybersecurity program that helps you stop threats before they harm your business.

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Monitor POS and other endpoints using advanced threat intelligence

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Improve and simplify compliance

Know first where and why your business is at risk

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Remediate security incidents immediately

Respond swiftly to reduce dwell time and damage

Let cyber-intelligence guide security decisions

Attacks against e-commerce applications are by far the leading cause of breaches in this industry.1 As retailers move more business online, cybercriminals “follow the money.” Stores need to:

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Maintain vigilance
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Understand your risk posture
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Be aware of cybersecurity complexities in retail.

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1 Verizon, Data Breach Investigations Report. 2020.

Combat cybersecurity threats in retail with visibility and threat intelligence

Top threats to retailers involve point-of-sale (POS) devices, ransomware and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. POS breaches overall have decreased during the past couple of years, but out-of-date POS software vulnerable. Comprehensive visibility of your network and devices, backed by actionable threat intelligence, allows you to disconnect devices, kill ransomware and stop other threat activity.

Expedite compliance by identifying and prioritizing risk

Many retailers are subject to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS0, Sarbanes- Oxley (SOX), Gramm-Leach-Bliley (GLB), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and/or California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Yet these businesses may not have the bandwidth to conduct regular risk assessments, much less act on deficits. A managed security services provider (MSSP) offers the expertise and tools to assess risk and streamline compliance processes.

Contain malicious actors swiftly to lessen their impact

The best way to contain a breach is to prevent it with security basics: threat detection and response technology, including powerful security information and event management (SIEM) and security operations center (SOC) capabilities, along with human intervention and analysis. Should a breach occur, the priority is to stop adversaries in their tracks and help you return to a stable, pre-breach state.

Retail client

"The Nuspire representative was friendly and very helpful ensuring that the system was reset, and did so in a timely fashion. Thank you!”

Forrester Now Tech: Global and Emerging Managed Security Services Providers, Q2 2020

This Forrester report highlights the value that MSSPs provide to organizations and enables security leaders to select one ideally suited to their unique business environments.