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Cybersecurity Considerations for E-Commerce

On August 4th, Octave Group’s Chairman Niel Harper was one of the featured speakers on the Barbados Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s ‘Practical Considerations for E-Commerce in the New Normal’ webinar. Mr. Harper discussed the online retail landscape, e-commerce threats, key e-commerce fraud scenarios, and protecting the e-commerce[…]

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How to avoid falling victim to Account Takeover (ATO) Attacks

Account Takeover (ATO) attacks happen when a threat actor compromises a legitimate user’s e-commerce account and uses that account for fraud. This could be your Amazon, eBay, Walmart, Alibaba, IKEA, or Apple account, among others. Because ATOs require only a login and stolen password, online retailers haven’t taken[…]

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Cybersecurity pros are badly in need of MENTORS: And here’s why…

Finding and keeping cyber-talent is a top global concern for public- and private-sector organizations alike. Yet, the prevailing theory among industry analysts is that there is a talent crisis, with ‘experts’ predicting that by 2022 there will be more than 1.8 million unfilled jobs. The above graphic highlights[…]

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What Do Great Airports and Great Cybersecurity Have In Common?

Some quick musings from Niel Harper, our Founder & Chairman: “My 5 best airports are as follows: Singapore Changi Airport Tokyo International Airport – Haneda Seoul Incheon International Airport Hamad International Airport – Doha Hong Kong International Airport Conversely, my 5 worst airports are: Newark Liberty International Berlin Schönefeld International Charles de[…]

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‘Sloppy’ Mobile Voting App Used in Four States Has ‘Elementary’ Security Flaws

MIT researchers say an attacker could intercept and alter votes, while making voters think their votes have been cast correctly, or trick the votes server into accepting connections from an attacker. A mobile voting app being used in West Virginia and other states has elementary security flaws that[…]

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