Acumera is now certified by CHS Inc. as a preferred payment solution for convenience stores through its POS Protect+ program.
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.
Acumera launched the new AcuLink™ Endpoint Connection Service. C-store, restaurant and retail operators can enable staff and third-party technicians to securely and remotely connect to ATG, DVR and other more sensitive endpoints, like the POS.
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).
At the NACS Show 2019, Acumera will showcase expanded AcuLink™ services and how the company transforms digital estate visibility into actionable intelligence for operations Above the Store™, Below the Store™ and everywhere in between.
AcuLink ™ Secure Remote Access meets PCI requirements for activation and automatic disconnect of remote access technologies and Web Filter for content filtering and protection from malware and malicious attacks.