Author:Priya Rajan

Are EMV Standards Enough to Stop In-store Fraud?

Three letters have been on the minds of U.S. retailers, banks and card issuers for the past few years: EMV. Standing for Europay, MasterCard, Visa, EMV encompasses the shift toward chip-based payment card technology to enhance credit and debit card security. Beginning October 1, 2015,

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When It Comes to Fraud, Where Is the Weakest Link?

Much like a chain-link fence is a deterrent that holds back burglars from accessing private property, a company’s digital security keeps cyber criminals from gaining access to confidential business information. It ensures that hackers don’t breach internal IT infrastructure that might protect sensitive data. However, much like a chain-link fence, cyber security

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Are you Ready for the Gold?

As the world’s greatest athletes head to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, many business leaders are thinking about how their companies can aim for greater achievement. One area where any organization can vault to greater heights is security. Like a fencing

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Is the TSA in Charge of Banking and Shopping?

The Transportation Security Administration has been under fire recently and perhaps for some real good reasons. Airports, airlines and travelers are frustrated with the increasingly long wait times at the airports – an excruciatingly painful experience that will likely become worse as the summer travel season begins. Last week, I encountered this firsthand

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