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  • / Press Release

    PULSE to Pilot Secure Internet PIN Debit Technology

    Debit network partnering with Acculynk, financial institutions and major merchants to test consumer use of PIN debit for Web-based shopping HOUSTON - March 23, 2009- PULSE, one of the nation’s leading ATM/debit networks, has signed an agreement with Acculynk under which PULSE will test Acculynk’s PaySecure® Internet PIN debit technology in a pilot program. The pilot will involve selected PULSE merchant and financial institution participants and...

    Posted 03/24/2009

    Debit network partnering with Acculynk, financial institutions and major merchants to test consumer use of PIN debit for Web-based shopping HOUSTON - March 23, 2009- PULSE, one of the nation’s leading ATM/debit networks, has signed an agreement with Acculynk under which PULSE will test…
  • / Press Release

    MAGENSA Previews Innovative "Swipe-n-Buy" Home POS for Secure Internet Shopping

    "A secure e-Commerce Experience Where You Swipe Instead of Type" New York, New York - January 14, 2008 - MAGENSA™, a Hosted ASP providing credential authentication services and card authentication hardware devices for secure online banking and e-commerce applications, will preview its "Swipe-n-Buy" home POS product at the NRF Convention and Expo, January 14th - 15th at the Javits Convention Center in New York City. MAGENSA`s Swipe-n-Buy product...

    Posted 01/17/2008

    "A secure e-Commerce Experience Where You Swipe Instead of Type" New York, New York - January 14, 2008 - MAGENSA™, a Hosted ASP providing credential authentication services and card authentication hardware devices for secure online banking and e-commerce applications, will preview its "Swipe-n…
  • / Technology

    Payment vendor woos e-retailers with promise of lower transaction fees

    HomeATM says merchants can save up to 2% of transaction fees by offering a device consumers can use to pay with PIN debit cards at e-commerce sites, using the same relatively low-cost networks that process debit card purchases. But some are skeptical.

    Posted 01/03/2008Paul DemeryPost a comment

    HomeATM says merchants can save up to 2% of transaction fees by offering a device consumers can use to pay with PIN debit cards at e-commerce sites, using the same relatively low-cost networks that process debit card purchases. But some are skeptical.
  • / Technology

    Visa warns retailers about improper storage of card data

    Visa has issued a security alert to merchants not to store magnetic stripe data, card verification values, PINs and other card-related data elements after a transaction is authorized. Visa says there have been recent data breaches involving such data.

    Posted 09/06/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Visa has issued a security alert to merchants not to store magnetic stripe data, card verification values, PINs and other card-related data elements after a transaction is authorized. Visa says there have been recent data breaches involving such data.
  • / Technology

    U.K. chip & PIN technology may be accelerating attempted card fraud online

    Since microchip-bearing credit cards debuted in the U.K. in January to prevent fraudulent card use at the point of sale, attempted fraudulent card-not-present transactions on the Internet are up 70% over a year ago, according to Retail Decisions.

    Posted 09/01/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Since microchip-bearing credit cards debuted in the U.K. in January to prevent fraudulent card use at the point of sale, attempted fraudulent card-not-present transactions on the Internet are up 70% over a year ago, according to Retail Decisions.
  • / Technology

    Zimmerman`s Toyland will distribute PC-based card readers to customers

    Zimmerman’s, a California toy retailer, will distribute 100 eCash Pad card readers to customers who want to shop at its web site.

    Posted 05/08/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Zimmerman’s, a California toy retailer, will distribute 100 eCash Pad card readers to customers who want to shop at its web site.
  • The sound of online payment

    Buses around the world have accepted so-called contactless smart cards for some time. The card emits radio signals and the rider waves it near the farebox. The farebox picks up the message and automatically records the rider’s fare paid. Now it’s the Internet’s turn for radio cards. With a new technology by Tel-Aviv, Israel-based ComSense Technologies Ltd., an online buyer aims a card at the computer microphone and presses a button on the card....

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Buses around the world have accepted so-called contactless smart cards for some time. The card emits radio signals and the rider waves it near the farebox. The farebox picks up the message and automatically records the rider’s fare paid. Now it’s the Internet’s turn for radio cards. With a…

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