Published By: Equinix
Published Date: Sep 28, 2015
Interconnected Commerce: A Revolution in Value Creation, commissioned by Equinix and produced by Aite Group, discusses the state of the global payments ecosystem and its evolution into a core component of commerce enablement.
Hacking is a fact for life. Some hack for fame, some for sport, others for profit. In 2013 a group of hackers created and sold tens of thousands of dollars in gift cards after hacking Subway's point of sale. The 2013 "Holiday Hackers" have stolen data from 110 million innocent consumers and counting, damaging the reputation and bottom line of major retailers such as Target and Neiman Marcus, as well as credit card providers like JPMorgan.
The malware industry supplies all the components cybercriminals need to easily perpetrate malware-driven financial fraud and data theft. In today’s virtual world, the
scope of organizations vulnerable to malware-driven cybercrime is quite broad. In addition to banks and credit unions that are subject to online banking fraud, financial fraud can be perpetrated on insurance companies, payment services, large e-commerce companies, airlines and many others.
Carla Wolfe, Senior Business Analyst at Elevations Credit Union will describe their process discovery journey, and how it has led to remarkable changes in their organization. Along the way they've also accumulated several performance awards, including the 2013 Rocky Mountain Performance Excellence PEAK award, and plan to be a 2014 applicant for the prestigious National Malcolm Baldrige Performance Excellence Award.
Published By: Symantec
Published Date: Apr 02, 2015
Trust and consumer confidence is the foundation upon which the Internet has been built. Leading commerce and financial services companies worldwide have long used Secure Socket
Layer and Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) technologies to secure customer communications and transactions.
But with the rise of Web 2.0 and social networking, people are spending more time online and logged in, and they are communicating much more than just their credit card numbers. Unfortunately, Web security practices have not always kept pace with these changes. Many organizations use the SSL/TLS protocol to encrypt the authentication process when users log in to a website, but do not encrypt subsequent pages during the user’s session. This practice is risky because it leaves website visitors vulnerable to malicious online attacks, and can result in millions of users being unknowingly exposed to threats simply by visiting a trusted website.
This white paper discusses the imperative need for Always On S
Merchants and service providers that process credit card payments must comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), now at Version 3.0. Whether the transaction occurs in a store or online, and regardless of the environment, from physical Point of Sale devices, to virtualized servers, or web servers in a public cloud, PCI DSS 3.0 mandates that these organizations are responsible for the security of their customers’ cardholder data. Read this white paper to learn more about the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard 3.0.
Data integrity and ultra-high performance dictate the success and growth of many companies.
One of these companies is BridgePay Network Solutions, a recently launched and rapidly growing financial services organization that allows merchants around the world to process millions of daily credit card transactions. Due to the nature of their business, their IT team needed to strike the perfect balance between meeting regulatory-mandated data security measures with the lowest possible levels of latency and response times.
As their growth accelerated, BridgePay realized the need to immediately address infrastructure shortcomings and prepare for their future growth.
Download the case study now and see how BridgePay built a competitive advantage and scaled transactions by 500% in the same storage footprint using some of the most advanced and differentiated technology available today.
BridgePay Network Solutions is a recently launched and rapidly growing financial services organization that allows merchants around the world to process millions of daily credit card transactions. Founded in 2011, BridgePay is a transaction gateway company that offers a full suite of payment products that enhance the security and performance of point-of-sale data as it races between merchants and banks.
Published By: Quantcast
Published Date: Jan 07, 2015
Attribution models assign credit to some or all of the touchpoints that contribute to a conversion—such as impressions, clicks, web searches, and website visits.
Download this attribution guide today and we’ll outline some of the most common models used to measure display advertising and get to the bottom of how they may work for you.
UCS Advantage* is a limited time program that allows customers with qualified HP servers and blade chassis to refresh legacy equipment and get credit toward new Cisco UCS M3 Blade Servers and infrastructure.
UCS Advantage* is a limited time program that allows customers with qualified Cisco UCS M1/M2 and HP servers and blade chassis to refresh legacy equipment and get credit toward new Cisco UCS M3 Blade Servers and infrastructure.
Marketers need an attribution model that offers accuracy, transparency, and flexibility in attributing credit to the many online and offline marketing channels and campaign they fund.
This paper describes the specific challenges that marketing organizations face and the approach they need to take to improve results going forward. Identify the "buying journeys" of your customers and collect the insight needed to maximize your marketing budget.
Published By: SugarCRM
Published Date: Oct 09, 2014
BancVue is the leader in branded, community-powered banking products that help local banks and credit unions thrive in the competitive banking industry. BancVue has tripled in size in the seven years since it began to run its business on Sugar.
Published By: Symantec
Published Date: Oct 07, 2014
The rising intensity and sophisticated nature of cyber-attacks has created a precarious environment for businesses charged with protecting their customers’ personal data. In 2012, credit card and debit card fraud resulted in losses amounting to $11.27 billion. In January 2014 alone, a single cyber-attack exposed more than 105 million identities. To steal this data, one option is to target the point at which a retailer first acquires that card data – the Point-of-Sale (PoS) system. PoS systems are increasingly being targeted by these attackers, which is why it's more important than ever to protect these devices and the systems they are connected to. Read more into the research on these attacks in this Symantec Security Response special report.
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