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10 Jun
2015

Retailers Beware: You Have a Target On Your Back

Banks are working hard to change every policy they have for fraud prevention to reduce their losses. It starts later this year with the EMV deadline for merchants. At that time banks officially push fraud liability directly onto the merchant if the merchant is found to be out of PCI

05 May
2015

MCX Better Fix the Holes in a Sinking Ship

MCX Better Fix the Holes in a Sinking Ship Mobile payments have seen a lot of players jockeying for position to lead the charge. ApplePay has been at the forefront of mobile payments, while pushing tokenization for security measures. Starbucks has continued to print money in their stores with the

04 Dec
2014

EMV for Petroleum Retailers

EMV for Petroleum Retailers Petroleum retailers across the United States are at a pivotal crossroads when it comes to card present fraud. By October 1st, 2017 all petroleum retailers must adopt EMV or pay for credit card fraud themselves. Gasoline retailers have about two years longer than standard retailers because

01 Dec
2014

Retailers Get Ready – The Impact of EMV

Retailers Get Ready – The Impact of EMV If you’ve read any payment or retailer focused articles lately, you know that the upcoming EMV liability shifts promises to be one of the most significant issues facing retailers in 2015 if not the decade. Retailers are understandably hesitant to foot the

19 Nov
2014

At the Speed of Mobile – Keeping Pace with Omnichannel Security

At the Speed of Mobile – Keeping Pace with Omnichannel Security 1 out of 4 cases of fraud in 2014 occurs in the mobile channel. Globally, businesses are enabling a mobile platform for their omnichannel processing environment at warp speed and a lot businesses are falling behind in securing their

24 Sep
2014

EMV Adoption – Card Not Present Fraud is Going to Skyrocket

EMV Adoption – Card Not Present Fraud is Going to Skyrocket As more and more businesses across the United States adopt EMV chip and pin , there is one arena not being discussed, Card Not Present (CNP) fraud. The actual chip provides no security when the card is not present for the