Criminals still stole more than 61 million customer records in 2014, despite taking off two of the biggest shopping days.
First Data will offer Verifone's Secure Commerce Architecture (SCA) to provide safer, streamlined transactions and expedite EMV integration in the United States.
James Hayes, division vice president of IT for Hancock Fabrics, estimates that EarthLink's multi-faceted solution will save Hancock Fabrics approximately 20 percent over their previous plan.
Partnership to provide a custom mobile POS solution to merchants through its sponsor bank's network of retail branches.
SALT Technology Inc. announced a new payment experience designed to bridge the gap between online, physical and mobile channels for customer checkout.
Having completed the first US Common AID-enabled EMV debit transaction with US merchants, Vantiv will begin production of Visa- and MasterCard-certified cards in January.
Armed with Clover Mobile, merchants can place orders, take secure payments, scan inventory, clock in employees, sync sales data with their accounting packages and generate marketing insights that can lead to stronger, enduring customer relationships, all with a portable, tablet-sized device.
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The company will work with public- and private-sector partners in an effort to educate merchants, policymakers, civic leaders and consumers about EMV.
Massive data breaches in the past year seem to have prodded retailers to take action to curb their potential exposure to losses from fraud.
The estimates are based on forecasts provided by acquirers representing approximately 80 percent of U.S. purchase volume.
The conference focused on providing a greater understanding of PCI standards, solutions and services and their application in today's business environment.
EarthLink Holdings Corp., a managed network and cloud solutions provider for multiunit businesses, announced the launch of a new PCI Compliance Solutions suite.
Banks aren't confirming it and Home Depot insists that no PIN data was taken, but sources say bank accounts have been compromised.
The account information for 56 million payment cards was compromised in a malware attack that lasted five months.