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​​​​At Core we have a diverse selection of customers. We have specific offerings for government​, Insurance and Membership organisations, and work with large financial institutions, legal and professional organisations.

Our combination of expert knowledge, first-class technology and hands-on skills, together with a diverse range of customers has given us a deeper understanding of the issues involved in each industry.



Core are part of the MemberWise Recognised Supplier Programme are part of the MemberWise Recognised Supplier Programme<p>​<span style="background-color:transparent;">​Core are delighted to announce that they are being part of the MemberWise Recognised Supplier Programme for</span></p>another consecutive year. This programme is a division of The MemberWise Network which is an independent<br>professional network that helps and supports to around 3,900 membership organisation professionals across the world.<br> <div><br>The MembersWise Recognised Supplier Programme helps providers and associations and membership bodies to connect<br>in order to meet one goal: to drive membership growth by engaging and attracting new members. Core are excited to<br>continue being part of this project that will contribute to the success of membership organisations and associations.</div><div><br>If you would like to know how Core can help your membership organisation, <a href="/_layouts/15/FIXUPREDIRECT.ASPX?WebId=b75e7cc6-553a-4e83-8cf0-c021e23a1043&TermSetId=cabb635c-023b-42ac-a6bc-d351c0404d07&TermId=da231919-d10c-4205-b9d1-39e760c0b4c5">contact us.​</a><br></div><div><br></div>2017-06-19T23:00:00Z
Cyber Security trends in the retail industry Security trends in the retail industry <p>​​</p><p>It is vital within the retail industry that they are aware of possible threats due to some painful breaches in recent years. <span style="background-color:transparent;">Recently our partner, SonicWall released its 2017 Annual Threat Report, detailing the biggest Cyber Security trends retailers </span><span style="background-color:transparent;">faced last year:</span></p><p><br></p><p style="text-decoration:underline;">Point-of-Sale Malware Creation Declined Drastically</p><p>These enhanced security measures caused POS malware creation to decline drastically. This was a great achievement, but it doesn't mean retailers should let <span style="background-color:transparent;">their guard down.</span></p><p> </p><p style="text-decoration:underline;">Ransomware Held Profits Hostage</p><p>Retailers should be aware of a popular type of malware that plagued businesses in 2016: ransom ware. Ransom ware locks down systems until compensation is paid to regain access.  Retailers profit can be affected by downtime of their e-commerce websites so therefore cyber criminals are more interested in violating retailers.</p><p style="text-decoration:underline;"><br></p><p style="text-decoration:underline;">Distributed Denial-of-Service Attacks Took Down Online Retailers</p><p>Cyber offenders hacked thousands of security cameras and other IoT equipment to launch the largest DDoS <span style="background-color:transparent;">attacks in the history of 2016. </span><span style="background-color:transparent;">This invasion caused major retail sites from being accessed by customers, including Starbucks, Etsy and </span><span style="background-color:transparent;">These attacks are likely to continue to plague retailers in 2017 for the same reason as ransomware. </span></p><p><br></p><p style="text-decoration:underline;">SSL/TLS Encryption Protected More Internet Traffic, But Also Gave Cyber Criminals a Way in </p><p>Retailers have used Secure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Securit​y encryption to secure customer data via online purchases. <span style="background-color:transparent;">This security measure has become frequent for businesses of all types. While encryption makes it harder for criminals to hijack customers payment information. </span><span style="background-color:transparent;">it can also provide a back door into the network that cyber criminals can exploit to sneak in malware. </span><span style="background-color:transparent;">It is recommended that retailers ensure their firewalls are capable of deep packet inspection (DPI). ​</span></p><p>​</p><p>If you want any more information on this and how to protect yourself, please contact Core today<a href="/_layouts/15/FIXUPREDIRECT.ASPX?WebId=b75e7cc6-553a-4e83-8cf0-c021e23a1043&TermSetId=cabb635c-023b-42ac-a6bc-d351c0404d07&TermId=da231919-d10c-4205-b9d1-39e760c0b4c5"> here​</a>.</p>2017-05-30T23:00:00Z


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