5 Key Benefits of Secure SD-WAN

The issue of cybersecurity for retailers is at an all-time high.  As a result, entire C-suites and even boards are becoming more and more involved in cybersecurity decisions.  With all this extra attention being placed on IT, it is now more important than ever for IT professionals to clearly convey the benefits of their decisions to the C-suite and/or Board.

When it comes to extending secure connectivity to remote locations, secure SD-WAN delivers unparalleled results.  Enterprises that aren’t currently utilizing a secure SD-WAN solution for their network are missing out on the following key benefits: Read More →

Cyber Attacks Spread Across Vectors and Industries

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2015: Milestones in Cybersecurity

A lot happened in 2015 to advance digital security, but a lot also happened to challenge the status quo and force merchants and banks to rethink their strategies. Here are some of the key changes that took place in the past year.

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POS Malware and Loyalty Card Fraud Growing in Popularity

With the holiday season upon us, we can expect the annual uptick in cybercriminals targeting merchants. Some of these attacks will involve the usual suspects of phishing attacks, malware and Trojans, but there are two particular attack vectors that are growing both in volume and sophistication: point-of-sale (POS) malware and loyalty card hacks.

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The Security Edge: Why Choose Secure SD-WAN Over VPN?

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The Security Edge: Why Choose Secure SD-WAN Over VPN?

VPNs are not a scalable solution to securely meet the needs of today’s distributed enterprises.  Enter secure SD-WAN, which delivers data center-grade security to an enterprise’s remote locations.  Download this white paper and learn how traditional VPNs are failing and why secure SD-WAN solutions are gaining broad market adoption.

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Black Friday Was a Crash Course in EMV

The introduction of EMV cards didn’t significantly slow transaction times at U.S. retailers during the Black Friday shopping event, but there are still many wrinkles to iron out at the point of sale. Mostly, consumers and merchants are both learning that timing – when to dip and when to remove an EMV card from a reader – is everything.

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EMV Alone Won’t Cure Holiday Fraud Blues

How successful will the U.S. migration prove to have been? According to Joe Majka, Chief Security Officer at Verifone, the payments industry will likely have to wait until after the holidays for an answer. Majka shared with PYMNTS the one key sign to look out for  — if there is a noticeable shift from in-store to online card fraud — to indicate, after the holiday dust has settled, whether or not card issuers and larger retailers have made positive headway in the effort to reduce successful use of counterfeit cards.

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To PIN or Not to PIN, that remains the Question!

Counterfeit card fraud has always been a serious concern. Recently, some U.S. retailers have been striving to use personal identification numbers, or PINs, with new credit cards embedded with computer chips in a bid. However, the banking industry has been resisting their cause, as they believe that there is no need to spend in PIN technology anymore. Such efforts would result in increased confusion as happened in debit cards.

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