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The Challenge

Target. Staples. Some of the largest data breaches in recent memory were attempts to steal vulnerable information from more than 100 million retail consumers across the world. Unlike other industries, when hackers target retail organizations, there is a greater likelihood of financial gain. Additionally, there has been a significant upsurge in third-party threats. Because there is a gap between the actual retailer and the payment services providers, there is now much more room for error and attack – pointing out a need for customized security solutions based on the risks associated with a particular business.

In recent years, cyber criminals have released new malware and phishing campaigns aimed at point-of-sale (POS) systems, catching retailers by surprise. Though attacks on POS systems aren’t new, cyber criminals are finding more innovative methods of attack every day, which indicates the need for those threatened to be able to adapt flexibly – whether through policies or processes. Innovation strikes retailers twice with the introduction of advanced technologies (Cloud, BYOD, mobile) – organizations are implementing them before they know how to sufficiently secure them across the enterprise network.

Tufin Orchestration Suite provides a comprehensive Security Policy Orchestration solution to meet your needs.


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