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#deepweb | Fractal Named Certified Retail Competency Partner by Amazon Web Services AWS

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

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As a partner of AWS, Fractal is co-presenting with Office Depot at NRF 2020 Vision

MUMBAI, Jan. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Fractal (https://fractal.ai), a global leader in artificial intelligence and analytics, powering decision-making in Fortune 100 companies, announced today that they are a Certified Retail Competency Partner of Amazon Web Services (AWS). As an AWS Certified Retail Competency Partner, Fractal will co-present with Office Depot at the National Retail Federation’s (NRF) 2020 vision event, taking place at the Javits Center in New York City, January 11-14.

Fractal and Office Depot will jointly present on retail technologies enabling customer centricity and growth, using AI and Machine Learning solutions to help retailers make decisions around customer segmentation, next best action, customer churn and more, giving attendees a closer look at the company’s latest innovations.

The AWS Retail Competency status differentiates Fractal as an AWS Partner Network (APN) member that delivers highly specialized technical proficiency with deep AWS expertise, and delivers solutions seamlessly on AWS. AWS Retail Competency Partners undergo rigorous validation by AWS to ensure alignment to AWS’ best practices for building the most secure, resilient and highest-performing cloud infrastructure for industry applications, giving customers increased confidence when making decisions.

“Fractal has been focused on transforming the retail business for some time now. We are thrilled to be recognized as a Retail Competency Partner by Amazon Web Services,” said Amitabh Bose, Chief Practice Officer at Fractal. “AWS is the market leader in cloud computing platforms and well penetrated in the retail sector. This acknowledgment and our strategic partnership with AWS will help us drive significant value for our retail clients by solving their business problems at scale.”

Fractal offers a wide range of retail-focused solutions in areas including personalization, marketing effectiveness, supply chain, promotions optimization, shrink management, and more, which can be deployed either on-premise or through deployed cloud systems. With these solutions, Fractal has helped deliver successful top-line and bottom-line impact for various Fortune-100 retailers.

About Fractal

Fractal is one of the most prominent players in the Artificial Intelligence space. Fractal’s mission is to power every human decision in the enterprise and uses the power of AI to help the world’s most admired Fortune 100 companies.

Fractal’s products include Qure.ai to assist radiologists in making better diagnostic decisions, Cuddle.ai to assists CEOs, and senior executives make better tactical and strategic decisions, Theremin.ai to improve investment decisions and Eugenie.ai to find anomalies in high-velocity data.

Fractal has consistently been rated as India’s best companies to work for by The Great Place to Work® Institute. Fractal has been featured as a leader in the Customer Analytics Service Providers Wave™ 2019 by Forrester Research and recognized as an “Honorable Vendor” in 2019 magic quadrant for data & analytics by Gartner.

For more information: www.fractal.ai

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#deepweb | Top Sony TV Black Friday Deals for 2019: Early Sony 65”, 75”, 85” & More 4K TV Deals Reviewed by Retail Fuse

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BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Here’s a list of the best early Sony TV Black Friday 2019 deals, including instant savings on Sonny 85”, 75”, 55” & more 4K TVs.

Best Sony TV deals:

Black Friday deals run for a limited period of time. For the full range of live deals check out Amazon’s Black Friday deals page and Walmart’s Deal Drop page. Retail Fuse earns commissions from purchases made using the links provided.

Sony continues to shape the 4K TV market with its new offering for products in the 65 inch, 75 inch, and the 85 inch category. The premium flagship products from Sony include the BRAVIA OLED and the Master Series. Both use state-of-the-art technology to provide superb audio and video to users.

Which stores have the best deals on Black Friday? Both Walmart and Amazon run Black Friday sales and are the best retailers for Black Friday and Cyber Monday shoppers in 2019.

Internet Retailer recently reported Amazon.com, Inc. as the number one US web retailer in its 2019 Top 1000, a report that ranks 1,000 top online brands and retailers in the US according to their e-commerce sales. Holiday shoppers should keep an eye on Amazon’s website as the top retailer rolls out new deals daily throughout its Black Friday sales. These are in addition to the deep discounts on thousands of items already offered by the retail giant during the popular shopping period.

According to researchers at Edison Trends, Amazon’s online sales during last year’s Thanksgiving and Black Friday rose by 25% compared to the same period in the previous year, whilst Walmart’s grew by 23%.

About Retail Fuse: Retail Fuse reports the latest retail news. As an Amazon Associate Retail Fuse earns from qualifying purchases.

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#infosec | Boom in Lookalike Retail Domains

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans New research into domains registered with a trusted TLS certificate has found lookalike domains outnumber legitimate retails sites by more than 2:1. In a study conducted by researchers at Venafi, suspicious domains targeting 20 major retailers in the US, UK, France, Germany, and Australia were analyzed. Researchers found over […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

Cyber security expert warns German banks of retail payments risks

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Cyber security expert warns German banks of retail payments risks

A top cyber security researcher has warned German banks that their retail payment systems have security flaws that could allow fraudsters to steal payment card PIN codes, create fake cards or siphon funds from customer or merchant accounts. Karsten Nohl, who is credited with revealing major security threats in mobile phones, automobiles, security cards and thumb-sized USB drives, told Reuters he has found critical weaknesses in software that runs retail point-of-sale terminals in Germany.Nohl outlined two types of attacks. One to steal personal identification numbers (PIN) or spoof transactions when customers pay at checkout tills and a second method that tricks payment processors that act as intermediaries between banks and merchants to transfer funds into other, fraudulent accounts.Nohl and fellow researchers Fabian Braeunlein and Philipp Maier at Security Research Labs in Berlin disclosed their findings to banks, card issuers, device makers and industry associations in recent weeks. SRLabs acts as a security consultant to Fortune 500 firms, including several big banks.In 2012, SRLabs uncovered defects in the most popular retail payment terminal in Germany, the Artema Hybrid from U.S.-based VeriFone Systems. The latest findings go further to show that virtually all terminals in Germany are liable to having payments hijacked […]

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The intelligent approach to tackling retail crime

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Retailers need to reduce their losses. CCTV helps cut crime, but digital cameras on IP (Internet Protocol) networks will give them even more options. The options available to retailers to thwart this problem are numerous. Some solutions include the screening of employees and employee training, increasing the number of products in stores which are protected with electronic tags, and conducting supply-chain audits. However, the most effective means is that of increased investment in security, although it is important to be smart when making such an investment. Stores have long been fitted out with security cameras, used either to deter thieves or to collect evidence to be used in the event of their capture. However, as technology develops, there are more and more sophisticated solutions available – and with the advent of digital technology comes a range of options. Cameras that are connected to the existing IT network bring with them not only the benefits of digital, but the additional advantages of being linked up to the IP infrastructure. This means that retail managers can have remote access to any of their store’s video, live and recorded material from any desired location, including individual devices connected to the Internet or the […]

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Retail fraud expected to cost retailers $3.8 billion Read More: Retail fraud expected to cost retailers $3.8 billion | http://nj1015.com/retail-fraud-expected-to-cost-retailers-3-8-billion/?trackback=tsmclip

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The retail industry expects to lose $10.9 billion to return fraud this year, $3.8 billion of which will be lost during the holiday season alone, according to the National Retail Federation’s (NRF) 2014 Return Fraud Survey. In 2013, retailers lost […]

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Retail breaching sprees

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Retail breaching sprees

UPS, PF Chang, SuperValu and Albertsons all have something in common—all four companies are among the latest to experience a data breach of its debit and credit card data. The method hackers use have been proven effective time and again, […]

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