Datacap Systems, Inc. has announced a new partnership with Bluefin Payment Systems and Monetary LLC to provide Bluefin’s PCI-validated Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) solution to point-of-sale (POS) …
Datacap Systems has completed US EMV level 3 certification with Moneris Canada.
BluePay has partnered again with Datacap Systems to offer TranCloud™, an EMV-enabled payments application for mobile and browser-based Point of Sale (POS) systems.
Datacap Systems, a leading integrated payments middleware provider, has completed a second US EMV level 3 certification with TSYS that adds support for Ingenico Group’s full line of Telium 2 EMV-enabled smart terminals.
POS resellers have an opportunity to not only deliver POS but also provide security assessment services to reduce merchant vulnerabilities.
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Mobile POS technologies present various risks to organizations, but there are three technologies developers may use to protect payment data.
Four prerequisites for any POS provider evaluating a payments solution.
As cybercrime continues to plague the retail sector, POS developers need to be aware of the gravest threats they face and how to best defend themselves.
Data breaches continue to occur, and hackers are still after payment card data.
Advanced persistent threats are putting your POS environments - and the extremely valuable information within those systems - at risk. Is there a way to defend against them?
If retailers and merchants don't implement and support EMV technology, what other options are there for securely processing payments?
Datacap adds EMV support to Heartland's Portico platform via the Ingenico Telium 2 line of PIN pads and NETePay™
EMV is a great start, but point to point encryption and tokenization should also be utilized to protect in-transit card data.