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Dealing With Suspected Card Fraud at the POS

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Credit card fraud is big buzz these days, and rightfully so, given the impact it has on businesses and customers alike. The best defense against it is a strong offense, which begins at the point of sale with a careful examination of the card.

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Is Your Business Ready for Chip and PIN Transactions?

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As we’ve been writing here for a while now, the United States is in the process of adopting a new technology standard for credit card transactions called EMV®. In less than one year, businesses that are not EMV compliant will be held financially liable if a fraudulent transaction occurs, so now’s the time to make the necessary changes to protect yourself, your business and your customers.

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EMV® Cards: Chip-and-Signature vs. Chip-and-PIN

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EMV® micro-chipped “smartcards”, which are gradually working their way into U.S. wallets, come in two versions: chip-and-signature and chip-and-PIN. The main difference between them is how they’re authenticated at the point of sale.

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Meeting the Expectations of the Digital Consumer

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The everyday lives and digital lives of most American consumers are now wholly intertwined, according to a recent study, and the ownership of mobile devices is revolutionizing the consumer shopping experience. Is your business ready to meet their expectations?

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Hacking Tops List of Americans’ Fears

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Hacking — whether of credit card information, computers or smartphones — tops the list of crimes Americans worry about most, according to Gallup’s most recent annual crime poll conducted in mid-October.

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