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Multi-location operation seeks all-purpose PCI compliance provider
Terri Fote needed an affordable, simple, quick and effective PCI-DSS compliance solution. Additionally, she knew that the credit card industry had created guidelines to protect credit cards against data breach. The challenge was finding a way to quickly implement the standard which has many complex requirements.
Ghai Management Services was worrried about their network being breached by hackers and customer credit card data being stolen. Burger King Corporation made it clear, it’s up to the franchisee to create a safe environment for their guests.
Jason Villmer, IT Manager for all Town & Country Grocers’ locations, needed a comprehensive Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance and security solution. Although Villmer possessed 10 years of IT experience with the company, he lacked the time and manpower to implement an effective plan to protect the network.
Sinclair, a recognized brand at more than 2,500 convenience stores, needed to secure its dealers’ POS systems to achieve Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) compliance.
This franchise relied upon the POS software reseller to be their de facto IT department. The reseller performed a standard installation of the POS software and associated hardware at each location.
For several years, the company relied on a Point-to-Point Frame Relay network that terminated to the corporate office and supported the individual stores. This allowed the IT support staff to securely communicate to the stores for supporting technical issues while managing all communications centrally.
As a premier IT services and support company, APEX Digital Solutions, Inc. was seeking a reputable partner to help them expand their offering into wireless solutions. With future trends including mobile payment initiatives and interactive loyalty programs, Jason Lambiris, CEO, saw a need to provide wireless capabilities to his customers today.
Understanding how WiFi and Mobility affect a retail network
Why Mom & Pop Locations Are at Risk and Why Cyber Thieves Focus on Them
Recent electronic intrusions in some of the most well-known retailers have caused business owners around the country to question whether or not they are susceptible to cybercriminals, and what they can do to protect themselves.
The four most vital actions to accelerate your network and credit card data security
The five major credit card brands (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and JCB), joined forces in 2004 to create the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Its sole purpose is to assist merchants in building a security program that meets the requirements expected by the card brands.
Recent retail data breaches have put a spotlight on the frequency of these incidents. This infographic shows us the lessons learned and what you can do to protect yourself.
PCI is about more than having the necessary hardware for compliance, it's about ensuring your network across all channels of your payment options. And the more time you spend setting up your network up now, the more you can take advantage of the new technologies emerging in the marketplace.
In this webinar, sponsored by Vendor Safe Technologies, you will learn: * What is PCI? * Common PCI pitfalls and misconceptions...and how to avoid them. * How recent changes to PCI standards will impact your restaurant operation.
The five major credit card brands, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and JCB, joined forces in 2004 to create the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI). Its sole purpose is to help merchants build a security program that meets the requirements expected by the card brands.
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