As reported from BankInformationSecurity.com, The Leon County Sheriff's Office Financial Crimes Unit identified Julie's Place as the source a summertime spike in credit card fraud in the Tallahassee, Fla. region.
Point of sale-related breaches, online ordering and transaction processing technologies dominated POS headlines for September.
Will U.S. customers embrace the chance to make purchases with a swipe of their smartphones? A recent article from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania brings the future of mobile payment into the spotlight.
The Federal Trade Commission told a Senate Subcommittee that it supports proposed legislation that would require companies to use reasonable data security policies and procedures, and require those companies to notify consumers when there is a security breach.
Twenty-two percent of students cited curiosity as their main reason for hacking, while 15% revealed that they hacked to make money.
The SecureConnect Breach Protection Program covers up to $100,000 in merchant fines, assessments and related expenses attributed to a qualified PCI data breach.
First Data's financial institutions and merchant customers will be able to securely and efficiently issue payment cards, including credit and debit cards, prepaid and gift cards to the mobile device.
The new VSE line of network encryptors will allow customers to purchase a hardware platform that can encrypt at various throughputs, based on bandwidth licenses.
Chicago's Signature Room at the 95th integrates credit, debit, gift and loyalty card processing with its Focus POS system by selecting the TransNet payment engine application.
The POS used in a number of its hotels' restaurants, bars, and gift shops, as well as the information management system used at check-in, are believed to be the source.