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The Future of Secure Payments in America

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The collaboration known as the U.S. Payments Security Task Force (PST) is a group of leading U.S. issuers, acquirers, merchants, payment networks and other electronic payment participants, established in 2014. Their teamwork has produced a new white paper that may serve as a roadmap on securing the payments ecosystem in the U.S.

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Is Your Website Too Small to Hack?

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As a small business owner, you may have heard that you are more likely to be targeted by online hackers and identity thieves than larger businesses and corporations. The statistics are hard to argue with, but maybe you still think your business website is “too small to hack.” Think again!

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Everybody Wins with Convenient and Secure Checkouts

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Cash-only businesses are becoming increasingly rare. Merchants understand that most consumers like to have a variety of payment options. Security and convenience are prominent benefits of accepting credit cards in your business. Transacting electronic payments can also mean less exposure to check and cash fraud and theft.

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Data Breach: What’s Trending for 2015?

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Prognostications are always tricky, but the folks at Experian are giving it a try. Their 2015 Data Breach Industry Forecast offers up six key predictions about how the data breach industry will evolve in 2015.

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Coming Soon: EMV® Chip-and-PIN or EMV Signature Transactions

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EMV is a global standard for credit and debit cards based on chip card technology. Issuers around the world are including chips in bank cards and merchants are moving to EMV-compliant terminals to increase security and reduce fraud resulting from counterfeit, lost and stolen cards.

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