The new solution offers anywhere, anytime cloud-based batch management, advanced tokenization and point-to-point encryption.
USA Today reports that a third party was able to get past McDonald's security measures and see into a database of its customer information that included e-mail, phone numbers, addresses and more.
Hypercom's new M5000 is an in-hand mobile payment system with a vibrant 3.5" color icon-capable touch screen display that enables new ways to interact with the cardholder.
More than 1,000 credit and debit cards may have been compromised as a result of the October 22 attack on the Seattle Capitol Hill area restaurant, Broadway Grill.
The two have created an iPad POS system that uses Network Intercept's Secure-Me solution to secure restaurant POS payments and provide consumers with identity theft protection.
Integrated server-based solution consolidates, streamlines and protects payments from multiple points of sale.
The MonkeyMedia catering solution was chosen for its ability to integrate with On The Border's POS and other third-party systems for credit cards, gift cards, accounting and above store reporting.
Subway, Popeye's and La Madeleine were just some of the foodservice operators that made POS headlines this month. Read about their stories, plus vendors' top technology releases, in November's point-of-sale news round-up.
The Magnolia Hotel in Texas and the Ramada Bayside Queens Conference Center in New York have also signed with the company to manage and support their wireless networks.
Seeing the potential vulnerabilities within its network, the pizza chain decided to make every location safe by mandating PCI compliance among its franchise community.