RSS feed Get our RSS feed

News by Topic




BizReport : Tags : Tag Results

Tag Results

Search this site:

71 Tag Results

Pagination: 1 - 2 - 3

21 result(s) displayed (51 - 71):

BizReport | Mobile Marketing April 19, 2012

Pew: 65% of tech experts believe cash, credit cards may be obsolete by 2020

Things move fast in this digital age but are they moving fast enough that mobile wallets could replace cash and credit cards by the end of this decade? The majority of technology experts surveyed by Pew think so. ... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing February 24, 2012

Study: Smartphone users at increased risk of ID fraud

A Javelin Strategy report found that smartphone users are more likely to become a victim of identity theft.... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing January 14, 2011

Smartphone owners need to be smarter

Experian has released research by their identity-protection service, ProtectMyID, that shows that some smartphone users might not be quite as smart as their phones. ... >>

BizReport | Internet September 20, 2010

Social media use in workplace leading to financial losses

Small businesses that allow employees to use social networks at work are putting themselves at risk of infecting their systems and, worse still, financial loss, according to a new survey in the U.S. by Panda Security.... >>

BizReport | Internet August 31, 2010

I.T. security employees let down guards on socnets

When Internet security firm BitDefender tried to befriend total strangers on a large social networking site using a fake profile, they found that the vast majority were happy to associate with a stranger - even IT bods. ... >>

BizReport | Email Marketing May 13, 2010

Symantec launches cloud-based endpoint protection

Last week marked the tenth anniversary of the identification of the Lovebug virus, the world's first major online virus. Although security has become tighter and most consumers know the problems inherent in clicking on attachments from unknown sources, there are... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce May 12, 2009

OFT: British mistrust of Internet holding back online market

Online shopping isn't exactly new-fangled and mysterious anymore. It's become part of everyday life for many people around the globe. However, years down the line, consumers still have a lack of trust in the Internet, particularly in the U.K. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce February 12, 2009

Security fears stop U.K. shoppers going online

A new survey from GfK, on behalf of CyberSource, found that just over two-thirds of shoppers in the U.K. don't shop online, citing security risks as their main concern. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce September 23, 2008

$57 billion lost to site abandonment

Online retailers are losing billions of dollars every year due to site abandonment, finds behavioral analysis firm Tealeaf in their annual Online Customer Experience survey. ... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing March 17, 2008

Security concerns hamper m-banking, m-commerce

Security and scam concerns are just a couple of the reasons that consumers aren’t embracing mobile banking and shopping, finds an Harris Interactive survey.... >>

BizReport | Email Marketing October 23, 2007

Consumers remain concerned by security of email comms

Despite many in the U.S. being unable to do without email for communication, a new study has found that there remains a significant amount of concern over the prevalence of cyber-crime and spam.... >>

BizReport | Email Marketing February 23, 2007

Smaller brands should warn customers about phishing attacks

A study from email authentication firm Iconix indicates smaller brands and even social networks could be putting customers at risk by not warning against phishing messages. According to the study, 1 in every 6 phishing messages are opened.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce February 21, 2007

Online sales affected by low customer confidence in data security

Online consumers expect businesses, not banks, to compensate for fraudulent transactions.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce February 14, 2007

British banks trial online credit card fraud prevention device

There could be good news ahead for British online shoppers. U.K. banks are piloting a scheme to issue customers with personal credit card readers.... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content January 22, 2007

U.S. Spam Shame

Over a third (34 percent) of websites containing malicious code, or malware, are hosted in the U.S. That’s more than any other country in the world.... >>

BizReport | Internet January 19, 2007

Parents Peek Inside Children's MySpace Profiles

After four families sue News Corp’s MySpace, the social networking site unveils their latest technology in the fight against online child abuse.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce January 18, 2007

Online Payments Via... Google?

Google could literally be about to give PayPal a run for its money. Rumor has it that Google Checkout is being pushed into the limelight with bloggers reporting that Google has now put a prominent link to the service on... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce January 11, 2007

eBay, PayPal Have Key To Security

A key-fob sized, battery-operated, unique code generator will be PayPal’s new defense against phishers.... >>

BizReport | Internet December 01, 2006

New Year Predictions from McAfee

McAfee has announced its predictions for the top ten security threats likely to hit businesses in 2007.... >>

BizReport | Law & Regulation October 06, 2006

Skype As A Traffic Monitoring Tool - It’s Possible

Skype, the VoIP company that originally launched as a consumer venture, is increasingly being touted by professional online marketers as indispensable to their marketing efforts. A major deterrant however is Skype’s invisible security protocol. Now, an external company has created... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce September 08, 2006

Major Credit Companies Unite in the Interest of Security

Five major credit companies have announced the creation of an organisation to develop and maintain security standards for credit and debit payments. ... >>

Pagination: 1 - 2 - 3