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Back in October news of the breach at Staples stores first broke and now more details have been reported by the office supplies store chain.
Two separate news items combine to reinforce the unavoidable reality for retailers - if you do not start taking your payment card security seriously, you will be breached.
It is a year since Target failed to spot a piece of malware and lost the personal information of over 70 million customers and over 40 million payment card numbers.
Research from IntelCrawler reveals electronic kiosks and ticketing systems, typically for public transport systems, are being targeted by the “d4re|dev1|” malware.
Congratulations to our client Union Bank of Nigeria who has announced that it has been certified with the latest Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) version 3.
PSD2 recommendations and standards apply to all payment service providers offering internet payment services.
Not another data breach! HSBC recently announced that it had "identified and stopped" a cyber attack targeting its credit card and debit card systems in Turkey which compromised data including 2.7 million cardholders' names, HSBC account numbers, card numbers and expiration dates.
Read our latest article which announces our partnership with business information security company Infoprive.
And now Brian Krebs is reporting that there is a suggestion that Staples Inc. is undertaking an investigation of a data breach relating to its northeastern US stores, in and around the New Jersey area.
They have now implemented measures so that they do have visibility of change activity at the POS, but what about the thousands of other retailers yet to take any action? Will they be a victim of a breach before they take action?