Poor password management – including the continued reliance on default, stolen, weak and non-unique passwords – is a key factor in more than 80% of hack-driven breaches, according to Verizon’s 2017 Data Breach Investigation Report. In response to growing waives of fraud and data leakage, the PCI Security Standards Council, the global payment card authority, is [...]
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It has been almost 20 years since the internet made a paradigm leap in transaction transport, and made simple payment gateways integration available to an exploding community of web developers. Payment Gateways became the plug & pay solution for the tsunami of new web-based, card-not-present merchants – writes Cliff Gray, The Strawhecker Group. Not these days. [...]
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With continued improvements in payments security through technologies such as P2PE and EMV, the PCI community has been effective at combating crime in a wide variety of financial institutions, retail environments and enterprises. As the use of stolen or fraudulent cards for in-person card present transactions becomes more difficult, criminals are shifting their focus to [...]
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