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69% of shoe stores ready for EMV

Now that the October EMV fraud liability shift deadline has arrived, shoe stores are top among the retail categories that are prepared—69 percent have EMV-ready terminals in place at the point of sale. In second place, 59 percent of department stores are ready for the transition, according to The Strawhecker Group. 

69% of shoe stores ready for EMV

Now that the October EMV fraud liability shift deadline has arrived, shoe stores are top among the retail categories that are prepared—69 percent have EMV-ready terminals in place at the point of sale. In second place, 59 percent of department stores are ready for the transition, according to The Strawhecker Group. 

Game on: Samsung Pay joins fight for digital wallet share

One year after Apple Pay launched and 18 days after Android Pay launched, Samsung Pay has arrived in the U.S. market. The battle for share of digital wallet is fully joined.

Game on: Samsung Pay joins fight for digital wallet share

One year after Apple Pay launched and 18 days after Android Pay launched, Samsung Pay has arrived in the U.S. market. The battle for share of digital wallet is fully joined.

Suspected POS data breach at Trump, Hilton hotels

A suspected data breach of point-of-sale systems at Hilton Hotels properties and franchised locations is being investigated. The Trump Hotel Collection also confirmed that IT security has been compromised at seven of its properties.

Suspected POS data breach at Trump, Hilton hotels

A suspected data breach of point-of-sale systems at Hilton Hotels properties and franchised locations is being investigated. The Trump Hotel Collection also confirmed that IT security has been compromised at seven of its properties.

59% of consumers have not received EMV cards

It's almost showtime for EMV, at least in terms of the October fraud liability shift deadline meant to spur chip card implementation. However, large numbers of consumers, retailers and financial institutions are not ready.

59% of consumers have not received EMV cards

It's almost showtime for EMV, at least in terms of the October fraud liability shift deadline meant to spur chip card implementation. However, large numbers of consumers, retailers and financial institutions are not ready.

Don't let EMV be a missed opportunity

Hackers are increasingly attacking third party partners, like point-of-sale (POS) resellers, to break into retailers' systems through weak remote access controls—in fact, this, along with weak passwords, contributed to 94 percent of POS breaches investigated by Trustwave in 2014. 

Don't let EMV be a missed opportunity

Hackers are increasingly attacking third party partners, like point-of-sale (POS) resellers, to break into retailers' systems through weak remote access controls—in fact, this, along with weak passwords, contributed to 94 percent of POS breaches investigated by Trustwave in 2014.