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By deploying fingerprint readers, the 118-unit Pizza Hut franchisee Rage, Inc. has been able to improve accountability for more than 1,800 employees.
First Data has added a number of enhancements to its information and analytics, prepaid and payment acceptance offerings including: bulk activation, a new e-commerce payment gateway processor and more.
McDonald's customers can now pay for meals with a PayPass-enabled MasterCard credit card or mobile phone at more than 1,400 Canadian locations.
Rhode Island attorney general warns that hackers are now infiltrating hotel switchboards to dial guests directly and request their credit card information.
PCI compliance provider changes name to reflect company growth.
Web-based management platform provides organizations with the ability to secure networks and achieve regulatory compliance while reducing the cost of deploying, managing and maintaining the encrypted network.
A new study by Juniper Research expects the mobile payment market to almost triple in value by 2015, reaching $670 billion.
The entire user database of Groupon's Indian subsidiary Sosasta.com, including e-mail address and clear-text passwords, was accidentally published to the Internet and indexed by Google.
Leveraging its Software as a Service model, Envysion has immediately deployed the enhanced application, including an even more intuitive interface and several new features.