The number one priority is an intrusion prevention system.
Park ‘N Fly lots may have been target of a credit and debit card breach, noted security blogger says.
In this age of breaches, tokenization may provide consumers with peace of mind.
While Apple Pay preserves existing payment systems, CurrentC aims to avoid interchange.
Proactive tactics helps stop fraudulent transactions over the past 12 months.
Two tech execs caught traveling during a card breach create tokenization product, eye credit unions for issuing partners.
Organizations blast credit union trade groups for misleading the media and Congress.
CUNA survey of 835 credit unions reveals 7.2 million cards affected at an average cost of $8.02 per card.
Security blogger Brian Krebs says stores in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania may have been breached.
As consumers share more in the cyber world, breaches expected to continue.