Credit card data breaches have unfortunately become common occurrences for many restaurant, retail, and other businesses that accept credit card or digital payments. So much so, that breaches hardly make the news these days, which might lead some to believe the danger has been reduced.
Innovation in hospitality technology is at an inflection point. The IT footprint inside restaurants is exponentially increasing and innovation is required to deliver guest expectations.
Edge computing can increase efficiencies and drive ROI through many innovative and practical uses. The value of edge computing is that it speeds up data processing and saves bandwidth costs by locally processing computations, storing data and delivering services.
Organizations can improve their compliance status and reduce the internal burden of compliance by carefully choosing PCI compliant service providers. Selecting the right provider for your company requires careful attention to detail since there is a wide variety of service providers and levels of services they offer. This guide is intended to assist you in that evaluation process.
Organizations that require an annual PCI compliance audit have many options when it comes to choosing a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) company. While the PCI Security Standards Council validates each QSA company’s adherence to the PCI DSS, there are still differences between QSA companies, their approaches to the audit process, and the resources they can provide.
Even with the increasing number of people working remotely and the reliance on third-party technicians, with the right solution, you can still enable them to securely connect to POS, DVR, ATG and other inherently insecure devices in a PCI compliant manner.
Legacy equipment, like DVRs and ATGs, often expose an attack vector to the digital estate of the store, so how do you provide secure remote access to these and other network-connected devices for authorized employees, third-party service providers and business partners?
Verifone’s Enhanced Zone Router (EZR) is reaching its end-of-life and cannot support the ever-evolving cybersecurity threats and outdoor EMV. As a result, Verifone previously announced that new installations should deploy devices with a certified Managed Network Service Provider (MNSP).