Wireless tableside ordering system stands up to Dublin Airport's 'busiest day ever' after Icelandic volcano eruption.
E3 encrypts all Track 1 and 2 data read from the card's magnetic stripe or manually entered so merchants never have access to sensitive card data and never risk storing card numbers or transmitting them through their systems or networks.
SMPLink allows merchants to continue to use the Panasonic System Manager Pro (SMP) and remove credit card data from the POS.
As hackers continue to take advantage of unsuspecting restaurant operators, the need for security measures and PCI compliance becomes ever more important. Smoothie King's IT business solutions analyst, Russell Dardenne, offers three data security strategies.
A new security brief from RSA highlights how emerging services and technologies are reshaping the electronic payment landscape by shifting focus from risk protection to risk removal.
This certification offers users of the Micro$ale POS system an alternative to existing integrated payment options, one which features flexible processor choice and complete control of the payment function.
The contract endorses Merchant Link as an approved provider for IHG's franchisees in the U.S., covering more than 3,000 hotel properties.
The certification covers the company's fixed countertop and mobile payment terminals sold in markets throughout Europe, including the Optimum T4210-2.0 (dial), T4220-2.0 (Ethernet with dial), T4230-2.0 (GPRS with dial) countertop and M4230-2.0 GPRS and M4240-2.0 Bluetooth mobile card payment terminals.
The solution from Fifth Third Bank will enable Burger King franchisees Heartland Food Corp. and C.H. James Restaurant Holdings LLC to monitor deposits and change order details, online through Web-based reporting.
John Sawyer, contributing writer for DarkReading, offers insights gathered from the Southeast Regional Cyber Threat Cooperative Meeting on how to interface with the feds and law enforcement following a security breach.