Who We Are

The retail industry must maintain the security of its infrastructure to ensure:

  • Immediate access to supply and retail goods for online ordering and fulfillment.
  • Customer loyalty to improve the effectiveness of sales and marketing and improve the bottom line.
  • Seamless information exchange, from POS devices to mobile-enabled back-end databases to suppliers and customers, for a reliable customer experience.
  • Operational visibility in real-time to operations; inventory and real-time retail services.
  • Regulatory compliance.

What We Do

We secure the retail sector by:

  • Protecting valuable intellectual property.
  • Securing online services and presence.
  • Securing point-of-sale networks.
  • Ensuring PCI and other regulatory compliance.
  • Providing appropriate application and access by department, store, location and partner.
  • Securing customer data.
  • Reducing audit footprint. 
  • How We Are Different

    • Better visibility, faster time-to-prevention of both targeted and other attacks.
    • Reduced cost and complexity.
    • Continuous monitoring and better security of third-party providers and others on your networks.
    • Reduced audit footprints with segmented regulatory compliance zones.
    • Protection for PCI, POS and other sensitive protection with virtual segmentation.
    • Advanced endpoint protection for POS and other critical endpoints.

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    Next-Generation Firewalls For Dummies

    This book provides an in-depth overview of next-generation firewalls. It examines the evolution of network security, the rise of Enterprise 2.0 applications and their associated threats, the shortcomings of traditional firewalls, and the advanced capabilities found in next-generation firewalls.

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    PCI Use Case: Simplify PCI Compliance With Network Segmentation

    Establishing, maintaining and demonstrating compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a necessity for all entities involved in payment card processing – including merchants, processors, acquirers, issuers, and service providers, as well as all other entities that store, process or transmit cardholder data (CHD) and/or sensitive authentication data (SAD). For all system components included in or connected to the Cardholder Data Environment (CDE), organizations must comply with more than three hundred requirements. It is in every organization’s best interest, therefore, to take advantage of network segmentation provisions stated in the PCI DSS to effectively isolate their CDE and thereby decrease the amount of infrastructure that is considered in scope.

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    Navigating the Digital Age

    Navigating the Digital Age includes advice and cybersecurity best practices from CEOs, CISOs, lawyers, consultants and former government officials.

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    UNIVEG Trade Italy

    UNIVEG Trade Italy exports fresh fruits and vegetables to Northern Europe for the UNIVEG Group, a worldwide distributor of fresh produce, specializing in fruits and vegetables, flowers and plants, and convenience products. Founded in 1969 and based near Verona, UNIVEG Trade Italy also imports overseas products and handles their sales throughout the Mediterranean, leveraging UNIVEG’s global transportation and logistics network for import and export activities.

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    Security Reference Blueprint for Retail

    This white paper outlines key security principles for modern retail networks and a framework that reduces operational demands on IT and security teams while improving security and control.

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    State of the Cybersecurity Nation: Legislation and Europe’s Security Professionals

    With both the threat landscape evolving rapidly and regulatory requirements becoming more demanding, organisations are struggling to prepare for cybersecurity incidents.

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