Credential stuffing is on the rise. Bots are getting smarter and malicious actors are getting more confident. Unfortunately, these advanced cyberattacks are also becoming more difficult to detect with standard security controls.
Learn more about credential stuffing and how you can protect your business, your brand, and your customers from bots that commit fraudulent activity.
Websites provide online businesses with an unprecedented level of contact with customers and end users. However, they also place business information where it can be easily accessed by third parties – often using automated tools known as “bots”. For many organizations, bots represent up to 50% or more of their overall website traffic, from good bots engaged in essential business tasks to bad bots conducting fraudulent activities. Regardless of business impact, bot traffic can reduce website performance for legitimate users and increase IT costs. Organizations need a flexible framework to better manage their interaction with different categories of bots and the impact that bots have on their business and IT infrastructure.
We surveyed ecommerce executives from the US, the UK, Canada, Australia and the Netherlands to learn more about their best practices. We wanted to know more about their top priorities, how they’re responding to consumer needs and how they’re optimizing their digital and mobile strategies, among other insights. What are the obstacles they’re facing, and which technologies do they think are key for future success?
What You’ll Learn:
• The channels and tools they’re focusing on for driving sales and profits.
• How brick-and-mortar and ecommerce can complement one another.
• Their take on mobile strategy and optimization by device.
• The technologies they would invest in if time and money were no issue.
We surveyed thousands of consumers in the US, the UK, Australia, Canada and the Netherlands to see how they use mobile technology to interact with retailers. This report details how browsing, product research, comparison shopping and buying have all been transformed by mobile technology.
What you'll learn:
• Who’s buying via mobile.
• How having children in the household affects mobile shopping.
• Which customers are most likely to use their phones while shopping in-store.
The Internet has opened up a shopper's paradise where you can find and buy anything right from the living room. With a few simple key strokes, a consumer can choose products and services from merchants around the globe - from that authentic British trench coat to an Australian boomerang to wine straight from the California coast. But with the gates to cross-country commerce opened wide, have consumers abandoned their local retailers for international merchants abroad?
To answer this question, we commissioned a consumer study, in the US and Australia and Census wide in the UK. We hope this original research helps you better understand the opportunities and challenges of cross-country trade.
At the heart of the Data Solved promise are three core attributes - People Powered, Technology Focused and Infrastructure Invested. We leverage our strong, diverse team of more than 700 employees to enable our Powered by People motto and deliver on our promise. With 24 data centers on four continents, we are poised to deliver world-class infrastructure and value added technology services to our more than 1,000 customers in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Curves® and Jenny Craig® operate 7,000 Curves clubs and franchises globally and 400 Jenny Craig locations supported by IT service desks in California, Texas, and Australia. The two organizations combined to form Curves Jenny Craig in November 2013. Outdated systems, known internally as “the black hole,” plagued Jenny Craig with inefficient processes and created a lack of accountability. For example, records could not be categorized or prioritized properly, tracked by date or owner, and they could be intentionally hidden in an ambiguous status. Without visibility, Jenny Craig had no way to quantify the impact of their customer service. Mary Carter, manager of IT service, summed it up, “We had no reporting prior Cherwell Service Management.” Curves was in even worse shape as they logged tickets in an Excel® spreadsheet.
The NSA’s Information Assurance Directorate left many people scratching their heads in the winter
of 2015. The directive instructed those that follow its guidelines to postpone moving from RSA
cryptography to elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) if they hadn’t already done so.
“For those partners and vendors that have not yet made the transition to Suite B elliptic curve
algorithms, we recommend not making a significant expenditure to do so at this point but instead to
prepare for the upcoming quantum-resistant algorithm transition.”
The timing of the announcement was curious. Many in the crypto community wondered if there had been
a quantum computing breakthrough significant enough to warrant the NSA’s concern. A likely candidate
for such a breakthrough came from the University of New South Wales, Australia, where researchers
announced that they’d achieved quantum effects in silicon, which would be a massive jump forward for
Websites provide online businesses with an unprecedented level of contact with customers and end
users. However, they also place business information where it can be easily accessed by third parties –
often using automated tools known as “bots”. For many organizations, bots represent up to 50%
or more of their overall website traffic, from good bots engaged in essential business tasks to bad
bots conducting fraudulent activities. Regardless of business impact, bot traffic can reduce website
performance for legitimate users and increase IT costs. Organizations need a flexible framework to
better manage their interaction with different categories of bots and the impact that bots have on
their business and IT infrastructure.
The school has a reputation for innovation and makes extensive use of technology to educate its students and to prepare them for the technologies which help shape the world of both work and higher education.
This paper provides a guide to large employers to help you identify and describe product capabilities—and corresponding process improvements—that separate a basic timekeeping system from an enterprise-grade time and attendance solution. In addition, the paper will equip you with questions to ask potential providers to uncover whether they have the resources, expertise, and products capable of optimising your time and attendance processes.
Fatigue management delivers business benefits in terms of your overall workforce management strategy, whether it is an expected function of the business or not. Mitigating fatigue risk can have a dramatic impact on your workforce and your bottom line. Proactively managing employee fatigue is a hallmark of leading businesses, as it demonstrates concern for your employees, customers and the larger community.
Moving beyond an administrative mindset and optimising the flow of people behind the processes can bring about significant cost savings, as well as open new doors for revenue creation. As organisations look to prioritise IT spending, workforce management should be seen as a strategic imperative, for a number of compelling reasons.
" How Millennials and Baby Boomers are Shaping the Today and Tomorrow of Retail The Power and The Money
- Get latest trends on global consumer shopping behavior across online, mobile and in-store channels
- Read what differentiates millennials from baby boomers
- Learn how to give every individual the experience they are looking for so nobody is left behind
- Surveyed: 13,250 consumers, 12 countries - Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Italy, India, Japan, Mexico, Russia, UK & USA "