On Point: the restaurant technology blog

Reducing PCI Scope and Risk

Posted by Elizabeth Kelly on Wed, Aug 01, 2018 @ 09:08 AM

It seems every few months, we see another news story about a retail or restaurant company that has had customer data breached. And while the big stories make the news, criminals more often target small businesses that have fewer resources to protect themselves.

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Topics: Theft and Security, Restaurant Security and PCI, protecting POS data, payment security, emv, credit card breach, Credit Cards, PCI

On PCI: The Common Threat in Restaurant Data Breaches—and How to Avoid it

Posted by Jennifer Wiebe on Thu, Aug 07, 2014 @ 10:08 AM

In 2011, hackers stole thousands of credit card numbers from the point of sale systems in pizzerias across the United States. This June, another major breach targeted customers of a national casual dining chain. Just last week, the Delaware Restaurant Association warned merchants of the cause of a series of attacks on restaurants in that region, and the first news of a breach at a national quick-service chain hit the wires.

The common threat?

Remote access software—the tools typically used for point of sale technical support, and sometimes by restaurant operators to manage menus or reporting off-site.

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Topics: credit card breach, Credit Cards, Industry Experts, Insights and Best Practices, PCI, remote access, Restaurant Management, restaurant security, Restaurant Security and PCI, Restaurant Technology

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