Holding payments security up to the light, I am reminded of a line from author, John Steinbeck:
“We spend our time searching for security and hate it when we get it.”
Check out part two in our latest infographic series on Payments Security.
Payments security offers many solutions to a complex problem. Check out our latest infographic on Payments Security.
Large retailers aren’t the sole targets of credit card data breaches. Small business, while less lucrative for cybercriminals, can present easy pickings if the merchants accept credit cards and haven’t taken some very basic steps to secure their payments environment. Here’s what your business can do to reduce the risk of having thieves access your customers’ sensitive credit card data.
Sid Singh, President, OpenEdge shares his views on the current status of EMV for Business Solutions Magazine…
As the payments industry continues to get a handle on fraud, it’s finding the cracks still open to criminals. Secure technologies like EMV, encryption and tokenization have covered many security holes. Yet, level 4 merchants – the smallest businesses – are now experiencing the bulk of data hacks.
Acceptance of credit and debit cards is absolutely necessary for the modern independent pharmacy. However, credit cards can represent a major liability for the holder of the merchant account. Strong security measures are available, but pharmacies must implement them properly.