FEATURED PAYMENT SECURITY CONTENT
EMV: What It Really Does For Retailers
In the wake of the massive retail data breaches we’ve seen over the past 12 months, the organizations behind EMV (also known as Chip and PIN or smart cards) have become very vocal in promoting EMV’s ability to secure credit card data. Unfortunately, not everything we’re hearing about the technology is true.
The Aerohive Personalized Engagement Platform provides a flexible, high-performance Wi-Fi network with advanced security features that address PCI 3.0 requirements. Gain a highly secure way to personalize the shopping experience for in-store customers while complementing your PCI compliance goals.
ARTICLES FROM INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS FOR RETAILERS
Are You Maximizing Your Mobile Potential?
Mobility is making a huge impact on how retailers deal with everything from inventory visibility to customer experience — with the ultimate goal of increased sales.
Overhauling IT At BevMo!
Over the course of 24 months, BevMo! leveraged big data and cloud computing to rebuild its entire IT enterprise from the ground up.
PCI Concerns Drive Rooms To Go To Deploy New Payment Terminals
The independent furniture retailer replaced its payment terminals chain-wide to capitalize on the latest encryption and tokenization technology.
Where Does The Mobile Wallet Go From Here?
As smartphones continue their march toward all-out indispensability, the mobile wallet concept has gone from far-fetched idea to rapid-growth reality.
iPad POS Mobilizes Cellairis’ Workforce
The mobile accessory franchise is upgrading to a mobile POS to keep up with its mobile customers.
PCI Compliance Solutions
EarthLink Business PCI Compliance Validation allows you to verify your level of PCI compliance with easy-to-use, Web-based tools.
Secure POS Transport
As a merchant, you need fast, secure and reliable connections to credit card processors. EarthLink’s Direct Connect service gives you the advantage of private connections to leading payment processing vendors such as First Data, Chase Paymentech and American Express.
HughesON Optimized Networks
Turn your network into the high-performance engine you need to power your business. HughesON™ is a suite of managed solutions that help you empower your network—and your business—with new, cutting-edge technologies available only from Hughes.
PAYware Mobile Enterprise
PAYware Mobile Enterprise pairs your Apple iPod touch® or iPad® with VeriFone’s card encryption reader for on-the-spot sales. This sleek, battery-powered handheld device supports all forms of payment technology and the highest levels of data security.
Raymark Point Of Sale 2012
Raymark's Point of Sale 2012™ is a next generation point of sale solution built on the same technology platform as Raymark's Merchandising 2012™, offering a cutting-edge user experience for visualizing data.
PR2/PR3 Durable Mobile Receipt Printers
PR2/PR3 durable mobile receipt printers are ideal for invoice printing and secure payment capture capabilities within the direct store delivery, field service, mobile point of sale and electronic citation markets.
PAYMENT SECURITY NEWS
Heartland First To Offer Comprehensive Merchant Breach Warranty
Heartland Payment Systems (NYSE: HPY), one of the nation’s largest payment processors, today announced it is the first company to offer a comprehensive warranty that protects businesses from payment card breach losses in the event of a breach.
PAYMENT SECURITY MULTIMEDIA
EarthLink Business At NRF 2014: PCI Compliance
Can you demonstrate that ALL employees have completed and understood a formal security awareness training upon hire and at least annually? If not, you’re not PCI compliant. In this short video, learn more about the requirements and see a demo of EarthLink’s PCI portal, which makes it easier and more affordable to validate compliance.
NRF13: Chris Isbrecht, MaaS360
Isbrecht talks about the importance of mobile device management for retailers. He explains the advantages and disadvantages of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). “There are lots of benefits for employees from a productivity standpoint.” Challenges include how to procure the devices, printing personally identifiable information and PCI data stored on the devices. Regarding personal devices lost or stolen, retailers need to think about how to recover that data.