I. Engage


    The retail industry is constantly evolving, and with that comes new cybersecurity threats. Retailers need to be prepared for these threats by implementing the right cybersecurity solutions and services. 


    A managed security services provider (MSSP) like Uvation can help retailers do just that. Uvation offers a wide range of cybersecurity solutions that can protect retailers from cyberattacks. We also provide 24/7 monitoring and support, so retailers can rest assured knowing their data is safe.

    I. Engage

    Risk of Data Breaches...

    Data breaches are perhaps the most well-known type of cyberattack, and they can have devastating consequences for a retail business. A data breach can occur when hackers gain access to customer data, such as credit card numbers or personal information. Uvation can protect your retail business's reputation and help you avoid costly fines.

    Targeted Malware...

    Malware is a type of software that is designed to damage or disable computers. Malware can be used to steal customer data, destroy inventory, or even disable security cameras. Uvation will constantly monitor for malware and take steps to protect your systems from this type of attack.

    Consumer Data Compliance...

    Retailers must now comply with rigorous standards, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the EU. Uvation is well-versed in regional, national, and international data compliance standards. We’re prepared to help you scale your business into new markets and reduce compliance risk in the process.

    II. Analyze


    Uvation can help retail organizations assess their cybersecurity risks and implement the appropriate security controls. We are especially suited to help retailers secure their eCommerce operations. As an MSSP, we have the tools and resources to identify vulnerabilities in retail environments and implement the necessary security measures to protect customer data.


    Uvation can help you establish a cybersecurity program that quickly improves your security posture. We’ll conduct risk assessments and penetration tests regularly to identify vulnerabilities, then work alongside your team to identify opportunities for security improvements.

    eCommerce security needs

    Comprehensive security programs

    Vulnerability testing

    Uvation is an active security partner in the retail landscape. We’ve also built relationships with the most prominent solution providers in the market and can deliver their capabilities to your company.

    III. Deliver


    Uvation delivers cybersecurity solutions to retailers by helping them implement new security technologies and through a series of managed security services. These services include activities like managed firewalls, intrusion detection and prevention, 24/7 monitoring, incident response, and email and web filtering. 


    Uvation also delivers critical consulting and security education services. This involves assessing your cybersecurity risks and vulnerabilities, then developing a plan to mitigate those risks. We’ll also help you implement security controls, such as access control and data encryption.

    Comprehensive security technologies

    24/7 monitoring services

    Critical consulting and education

    III. Deliver

    IV. Build


    Once we’ve deployed your organization’s solutions, we’ll help you implement and maintain your security program. These services include regular patching, security updates, and threat intelligence, all of which can keep you secure from the latest developing threats.


    Our team will serve as an extension of your own. You’ll have constant support from security experts and timely responses to threats or incidents. Our goal is to reduce your risk of a data breach, protect your data, and maintain customers’ confidence in your capabilities

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