PCI DSS Compliance Blog

Read the latest news, developments and opinion pieces on IT security and compliance from industry experts New Net Technologies.

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Card issuers like MasterCard, Visa, and American Express set a deadline for October 1, 2015, for businesses to install payment processors able to accept EMV chip-based cards and almost six months later, we’re still seeing businesses lack urgency in transitioning to a more secure means of payment.

Landry’s Inc. has provided the public with more information regarding the point-of-sale breaches affecting several of its brands including Landry’s Seafood, the Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino, and Rainforest Café.

Hyatt Hotels has recently published its list of 250 Hyatt Hotel locations whose payment card processing systems were infected with malware last year.

Being the holiday season, consumers are shopping more than ever, but do shoppers care about potentially suffering from a data breach?

Security researchers at iSight Partners have identified a stealth malware called ModPOS that’s been targeting retail point-of-sale systems since at least 2013.

The recently acquired American hotel and leisure company, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., has announced it has fallen victim to a security breach resulting in the loss of its customer’s financial data.

Major retailers in the United States have continued to urge banks to adopt the use of PINs with new chip-enabled credit cards to prevent counterfeit card fraud.

The Reno, Nevada-based casino, Peppermill Resort Spa Casino, recently notified the public that they have experienced a Point-of-Sale breach that has exposed their customers’ credentials.

The FBI recently published an online PSA warning consumers about vulnerabilities in the new chip-based credit cards, but this message has since been removed due to push-back from banks.

A recent spike in fraudulent purchases made at Walmart has urged shoppers to be careful when making debit purchases unless a PIN is required.

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