NRF actively engages with its members and other cybersecurity stakeholders to share information on cyber risks and encourage sector-wide collaboration and engagement, helping its members to better protect themselves against threats. Read the latest articles and insights related to retail sector cybersecurity and learn how to get involved.

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NRF Cyber Risk Exchange

Exclusive to NRF retail members, and developed in collaboration with PwC, the NRF Cyber Risk Exchange provides cybersecurity leaders and stakeholders with a collaborative and intuitive platform tailored to the retail industry.

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Cyber Risk Resources

Must-read educational content powered by the NRF Cybersecurity Advisory Group. Learn how to lower your risk of security breaches and profit losses.

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Coronavirus leads to more use of contactless credit cards and mobile payments despite cost and security concerns
With consumers worried about touching surfaces during the pandemic, use of no-touch payments has increased.
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Selecting a Trusted Cybersecurity Partner
Being proactive in selecting and deploying physical security systems will set you apart.
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IT Security Council

The IT Security Council (ITSC) is NRF’s primary membership group for retail sector cybersecurity leaders and technical experts.  It provides a forum for its members to exchange information on current cyber threats and industry best practices, and engage with industry, academic and government stakeholders on cybersecurity issues of specific interest to the retail sector.

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NRF operates a Threat Alert System through its retail sector Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO) and shares cyber threat intelligence with members of the IT Security Council and other retail sector cyber professionals.