FreshBooks Card Reader will offer small business owners an easy way to get paid faster.
Consumers will jump ship for better security, convenient payment options and alluring discounts.
The retail industry is getting poor marks when it comes to secure handling of consumer data, ranking the lowest, along with government agencies, in a new survey.
Built to combat the rising trend of fraud in e-commerce, vGuaranteed is a "revenue-generating payment solution for digital goods, services and subscriptions."
Bipartisan patent reform legislation was introduced this week by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck E. Grassley, R-Iowa, and Ranking Member Patrick J. Leahy, D-Vermont.
Intel Security is collaborating with Kiosk Information Systems, a global provider of custom self-service solutions, in an effort to provide new retail kiosk security options, according to an announcement from Intel Security.
Heartland will also equip the devices with its end-to-end encryption and tokenization services.
The Protecting Cyber Networks Act and the National Cybersecurity Protection Advancement Act encourage businesses to share cyber threat information electronically with federal law enforcement agencies.
TNS' Managed POS Encryption helps merchants to protect sensitive customer information by eliminating the transmission of 'clear' cardholder data from the merchant environment, according to a company release.
The Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Center (R-CISC) announced it has reached another key milestone and expanded the capabilities of its Retail Information Sharing Analysis Center (Retail ISAC) with the establishment of an intelligence sharing portal managed by the FS-ISAC.
Employees log on with their unique biometric credential and are automatically logged off after each transaction.
More than 6 in 10 businesses store unencrypted cardholder data, SecurityMetrics says.
With recent high-profile data breaches and the growing need to deliver a unified and differentiated customer experience, retail CIOs agree that security and digital innovation are top priorities for 2015.
The National Retail Federation issued the following statement from President and CEO Matthew Shay on the White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection held today at Stanford University:
The initiative is designed to mitigate the risk of a security breach through improved data management and protection.
Criminals still stole more than 61 million customer records in 2014, despite taking off two of the biggest shopping days.
More than three-quarters of those polled cite organized retail crime as impacting return fraud rates.
More than half of consumers are either unsure or not confident at all in the security of their personal information when shopping both in-store and online.
In addition to the payment information already known stolen, the company says the thieves also took files containing 53 million email addresses, but not their passwords or any other personal information.
Rice joins Target effective Dec. 1 and will report directly to Brian Cornell, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Target.