Retail industry and security breaches are inseparable. A single attack can compromise millions of identities. The intensity and sophisticated nature of cyber attacks are posing huge problems for businesses who hold the responsibility of protecting their customers’ personal data. Moreover, the retail industry which contains many POS systems has on many occasions – especially during 2013 and 2014 – held the dubious distinction of being the industry liable for the largest number of compromised identities.
Now the question is: what are businesses doing to improve their Point of Sale security?
Fast forward to 2017, the situation hasn’t changed much. POS systems are still under attack from different types of POS malware. And the retail industry is slowing realizing that this is a never-ending problem and that they should be taking necessary security measures to protect their customer data. In other words, they’ve come to realize Point of Sale security is absolutely necessary if they are to stay safe against POS malware.
Protect Your POS Systems Using Comodo SecureBox
Comodo Securebox comes equipped with a host of impressive Point of Sale (POS)security features that make it the best POS security tool on the market. Backed by containerization technology, Comodo Securebox runs suspicious and unknown applications inside a security-based container which offers protection against keylogging, memory scraping, remote takeover protection and other such popular security attacks targeting POS systems.
Security Features Offered:
Data Protection – guarantees data integrity irrespective of the phase of POS transaction the date is going through. This means no vulnerable security points.
Keylogger Protection – offers protection against the tracking of numbers being punched into the POS systems. In other words, prevents hackers from monitoring your POS system activities. This means safe customer data.
Remote Takeover Protection – most POS systems are compromised using the remote software. SecureBox prevents such ‘remote takeovers’ by offering remote takeover protection.
Anti-Memory Scrapping – POS memory scrapping is another popular POS hack technique in which the hackers try scrapping the memory of POS systems. SecureBox offers protection against this type of attack as well.
Anti-SSL Sniffing – using trusted root certificate list from Comodo, SecureBox is programmed to identify malicious SSL connections. In other words, it is programmed to identify and stop anti-SSL sniffers.
Pro-Active Virus Removal – proactively defends POS systems against viruses and other malicious malware. This provides additional security to POS systems.
And More – other security features which ensure your POS systems stay hack-proof against various security threats.
Living in an age where every other day witnesses a security breach of one kind or another, it would be extremely foolish not to secure your Point of Sale security systems against POS malware. Therefore use Comodo SecureBox and add additional layers of security to your POS systems which can safeguard them against various malware attacks.