In 2016, every business is a digital business. Traditional businesses will be vulnerable to disruption, and emerging industries will face new threats. With cyberattacks costing businesses about half a trillion dollars – conservatively – in 2015 alone. What does 2016 hold?
IL-based Infinite Peripherals has unveiled an all-in-one EMV/Chip and PIN mobile POS solution. The Infinea mPOS and Infinea mPOS Flat solutions are for the iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5th and 6th generation.
Cybersecurity will be a focus of the upcoming presidential election as organized crime rings continue to expand and terrorism shifts online. Retailers will continue to fall victim to attacks and suffer millions in losses and debts, leading to more lawsuits.
Fraud average ticket value (ATV), or a retailer’s average size of individual sales by credit card, has decreased by $9.00 over the past year from $282 to $273, however the frequency of fraud has increased and it is also driven by lower shipping costs.
Heartland Payment Systems and Pinnacle have launched the first integrated point-of-sale (POS) system for petroleum retailers that is compliant with EMV.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: PIVOTAL (FlexPoint); TARZIN (Circle Plus); IWALLET (patents) and UBERRUSH (Clover).
Fiserv, has developed a robust EMV Education and Marketing Program to prepare financial institutions as well as aid in cardholder awareness and comfort with a new payment experience.
Digital Dining is has been certified by Heartland Payment Systems (HPS) and together they are now offering an EMV-ready and Heartland Secure out-of-scope, POS solution to U.S. restaurants.
CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features DebitWay,
In today’s CardFlash News Que: USAEPAY (Shopify): NILSON (commercial cards); USAEPAY (Shopify) and HEARTLAND (emaginePOS).
More than 50% of retailers in the US and Europe still have to consolidate their fraud management solutions across all channels. Omni-channel retail sales are predicted to reach $1.8 trillion (£1.1 trillion) in the US by 2017, with sales in Europe predicted to hit €920 billion (£660 billion), or 44%of total European sales, by 2018.
Heartland Payment Systems is removing card data from the payment transaction, providing restaurateurs with protection against point-of-sale (POS) intrusions, insider misuse, and other common sources of data fraud by eliminating the opportunity for criminals to capture and monetize card data.