Endorsement comes on the heels of the enhanced RSPA certification program that includes not only company certification but individual certificate programs for support and sales specialists.
The latest installment of Hospitality Technology's monthly POS recap is chock full of PCI products and new hardware offerings, plus a variety of next-gen payment options being implement at Starbucks and McDonald's. If you missed these news-makers the first time around, be sure to check them out.
A recent letter from the Nevada Gaming Control board warns Las Vegas casinos that hackers are now targeting the systems that control player reward points.
McDonald's claims that the payment system, which will be launched by the end of this summer, will be one of the largest roll-outs of contactless technology in the UK.
How did Wyndham, McDonald's and six other companies fall victim to hackers last year? HT recaps their stories here in this 2010 data breach round-up. Plus, one restaurateur opens up about her brush with an overseas hacker, and the effect that is has had on her restaurant and its patrons.
The investigation stems from nearly a dozen Winthrop University students who all ate at Michael's Rock Hill Grill and reported unexplained charges on their credit cards in December.
Nearly 6,800 U.S. company-operated Starbucks can now accept mobile payments as a result of successful tests in Seattle, Northern California, New York and more than 1,000 U.S. Target stores.
CipherOptics changes name to Certes Networks, Inc, and unveils new data security plan for customers migrating distributed networking to the cloud.
Dairy Queen encourages franchisees to take advantage of long-standing relationship with SecureConnect through the implementation of a new customized package.
The hosted solution provides point-to-point encryption, cloud-based decryption and tokenization to large merchants looking for a comprehensive security solution.