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In 2016 baby boomers lost their place as members of America’s largest living generation. With millennials representing the largest population cohort, organizations must adopt modern technologies that meet the needs of a generation glued to their smart devices. However, there is an element of concern surrounding the security of these new technologies and how to remain compliant – on average a data breach costs an organization $3.6 million, a price that could quite easily sink a smaller company.

However, remaining compliant is something that is often imaged to be much more complicated than it is, and when properly understood means your organization has one less thing to worry about. Here are four key areas that should be at the top of any organization’s compliance priority list when considering adopting card not present channels.

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