EMV: Chip Cards, By the Numbers

The switch to EMV is well underway in the United States. This means new processes for customers and merchants. Some customers are seeing the changes more than others, but more will be coming soon. This switch involves new in-store technology and internal systems for merchants, as well as learning new payment processes for consumers. But ultimately, this brings greater protection against counterfeit fraud. CHECK OUT THE INFOGRAPHIC: Chip Cards, By the Numbers, to learn interesting stats on EMV and chip cards.

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Card-Not-Present vs Card-Present Transactions: Differences, Benefits and More

Every business likes to run efficiently, save on costs and gain the most out of its resources and optimize its operations. But sometimes, without realizing it, businesses leave money on the table—money they could easily save.

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How to Prevent Restaurant Data Breaches with 4 Important Payment Technologies

As cyberattacks and malware continue to proliferate globally, restaurants have increasingly become a prime target. In recent years, major credit card data breaches have been reported by some of the largest restaurant chains in the U.S.

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VIDEO: Understanding Semi-Integrated Payments

The EMV migration in the U.S. has driven the market to rethink its traditional approach to payment security. Today, both merchants and solutions providers are seeking a more flexible, semi-integrated approach to help streamline their payment processes and manage PCI scope. To gain more insight into the advantages of semi-integrated payments, we recently caught up with a few industry experts.

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