What is PIN on Mobile and How Does It Work?

Payment technology is constantly evolving and every so often we are met with new terminology and solutions in the industry. This technology is often looking to drive innovation forward and make business solutions better. Two such terms that are being discussed frequently now are ‘PIN on Glass’ and ‘PIN on Mobile.’

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Does Your Business Need Self-Service Kiosks?

As a business owner, the task of providing your good or service to customers in the most efficient and cost-effective way can seem daunting. Long lines that lead to extensive wait times and busy employees unable to provide genuine customer service are just a few of the standard problems facing today’s business owners. Self-service kiosks are rapidly becoming the solution for many of these problems across a multitude of industries and use cases.

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Build Customer Loyalty with a Great Retail Shopping Experience

Retail is reinventing itself. It is not just about buying merchandise anymore, customers are looking to be delighted with a great shopping experience. Online shopping helps provide convenience and maybe even lower prices, however, it is not able to provide the same experience the customers get in physical stores. The comfort of high-quality noise-canceling headphones or the fit of a soft fleece jacket is unparalleled compared to not being able to touch and feel the product online before you buy them.

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What’s Next for the PCI P2PE Standard?

What happens next with the PCI Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) Standard? PCI SSC Chief Technology Officer Troy Leach provides an update.

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The State of EMV and Counterfeit Fraud in the U.S.

In 2015, the U.S. became the last developed country to move to EMV in an effort to combat the rampant credit/debit card counterfeit fraud. It has been three years since the EMV migration kicked in and a lot has changed since then. Recently, Visa released new data along with an infographic highlighting the progress of the EMV migration. Although we used Visa’s published infographic for this blog, we expect proportionally similar results were seen across all U.S. card brands. After reviewing the results, here where I feel we stand:

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