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£65,000 offered to anyone who can identify users of underground network
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Certification shows CIFAS commitment to combating cyber crime
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Telephone payments and merchants' responsibilities outlined in new white paper
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Multi-channel partnership with eCommera drives record online sales at Asda Direct
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Often only data such as credit card numbers are encrypted
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2 Sisters Food Group refutes campylobacter claims
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Insolvency service refers failed high street retailer, Comet, to regulatory body
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Class action suit claims eBay "has caused, and is continuing to cause, damage to its customers"
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Goodwill Industries working with US Secret Services after possible breach
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Leading LP light Ray heads to the Middle East
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How retailers neglect to protect customer data
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Woman posts selfie on Facebook while wearing stolen dress

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images Russian government seeks to unearth members of Tor Network - £65,000 offered to anyone who can identify users of underground network
data-security CIFAS awarded Cyber Essentials Plus certificate - Certification shows CIFAS commitment to combating cyber crime
Mobile-Payments (400x270) (400x270) Fraudsters use automated phone systems to test stolen cards - Telephone payments and merchants' responsibilities outlined in new white paper
mus-click (570x431) Asda Direct records bumper sales - Multi-channel partnership with eCommera drives record online sales at Asda Direct
stealing-data (570x380) ECB database ‘only partially encrypted’ - Often only data such as credit card numbers are encrypted
tesco Tesco boss Philip Clarke resigns - Dave Lewis of Unilever to take over as Tesco CEO from October 1
pile sterling notes Morrisons sells Kiddicare at huge loss - Kiddicare sold to private equity group, Endless at £68m loss
bigstock_Crime_4069883 (570x570) Significant upturn in businesses joining the NBCS - Morrisons, Booker and Greggs have joined National Business Crime Solution
Fraud-security-local-authorities2 Irish Retailers lose €176 million to fraud - Fraud costing Ireland’s retail industry millions
savannah-theft-defense (1) (570x255) Former Kellogg’s sales manager pleads guilty to defrauding his employer - Employee arranged meetings in parking lots at retail stores where he was paid in cash

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