Hide it well or market it well: Two reports show how point-of-sale malware has users in mind
A generation of cybercriminals have relied on point-of-sale (PoS) malware to access customer credit information from victims including e-commerce sites, and at credit terminals and gas pumps at brick-and-mortar locations.
Up to 40 percent of traffic on ticket sites is automated. Here's why that's bad for security.
Bad bots made up 39.9 percent of ticket-buying traffic between September and December 2018, according to Distil Networks.