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The retail industry is one of the most targeted industries for cyberattacks and data breaches. In fact, research shows that retail suffers more data breaches than the financial services, insurance and hospitality industries. Cybercriminals and hackers target retailers because they know they can easily get their hands on consumers’ personally identifiable information (PII), especially payment card data.READ MORE
When a customer visits your business and pays with a credit card, it’s fairly easy to confirm the legitimacy of the purchase. A diligent cashier could ask to see photo ID to confirm that the person in front of her is, in fact, the cardholder. The name and face should match.READ MORE
In late 2017 and early 2018, the card brands revealed a major change to their long-held signature requirements for credit card transactions. MasterCard, Discover and Amex announced they would no longer require signatures for magstripe and EMV transactions beginning in April 2018. Visa announced that signatures would still be required in the event of a chargeback dispute for magstripe transactions, but would be optional for EMV.READ MORE
Right now, if you’re using the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) or Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 protocols, you’re at risk for a data breach. A number of vulnerabilities have been found in this early encryption protocol, causing the card brands to require a security upgrade in order for businesses to meet the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) moving forward.READ MORE
We’re all familiar with paper receipts. They’re so ubiquitous that you likely have one in your pocket or in your purse as you read this. For customers, they constitute a proof of purchase in case they want a refund or wish to verify the transaction amount against their credit card statements. For businesses, they provide the only evidence that a credit card payment was authorized, which is why businesses are weighed down by paper receipt copies — sometimes up to seven years’ worth — that are filed, boxed and stored.READ MORE
Managing a veterinary clinic involves a lot of juggling. Between physician schedules, patient records, historical data and financial reporting, veterinary clinics require a system to help them manage the chaos. Luckily, ezyVet — a cutting-edge veterinary software provider — crafted an affordable and customizable software that fits veterinary clinics of all sizes and compositions.READ MORE