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Retail Hacking: What To Expect This Holiday Season
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Marilyn Cohodas
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11/21/2014 | 8:26:36 AM
Missed the live DR Radio broadcast on retail hacking this holiday season? You're not too late..
Check out the radio broacast archive and chat transcript (including surpsise guest appearances in the chat room by Sean Mason, VP, Incident Response, Resolution1 Security  & Pat Carrol, Founder and Executive Chiarman of ValidSoft. I can guarantee you won't be disappointed! Here's the link: http://www.darkreading.com/radio.asp?webinar_id=162
Marilyn Cohodas
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Marilyn Cohodas,
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11/17/2014 | 10:15:03 AM
Re: Breaches
There's never a perfect solution to any problem. But there's no doubt that we will have a lively discussion about where the retail industry is and where it is going on Wednesday on  Dark Reading radio. You've got a great lineup, Kelly. I'm excited for the discussion.... 
Kelly Jackson Higgins
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Kelly Jackson Higgins,
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11/14/2014 | 9:07:27 AM
Re: Breaches
I hear ya, @Bprince. Then I think of how we would worry about my grandpa carrying around wads of cash in his wallet--he didn't believe in credit cards and incurring debt. There's the physical security threat, which you rarely will get reimbursed for. No good answers here except due diligence and awareness, I suppose. Oh--and my never-use-debit rule. 
Bprince
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Bprince,
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11/14/2014 | 8:53:41 AM
Breaches
It's almost enough to make me want to carry around cash a lot more.


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