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  • Giant Eagle Aggregates Information Into One Stream To Provide Team Members With Actionable Information
    Giant Eagle Aggregates Information Into One Stream To Provide Team Members With Actionable Information

    Giant Eagle is a leading supermarket chain that operates more than 400 stores and retail support centers. The company employs more than 34,000 team members and generates more than $9 billion annually. Like many other retailers, Giant Eagle faces growing complexity in executing its store operations and customer engagement strategies: an increase in product launches, bigger stores, omni-channel demands, localized offerings, and compliance with new OSHA and FDA laws.

Data Security For Retail Consumers — Perceptions, Expectations And Potential Impacts

Over the past few years, the personal information of millions of credit and debit card users has been jeopardized through data breaches at major retail stores, causing heightened concern and loss of sales.

Eight Things Retailers Need To Know About EMV In The US

If you’ve received a new card from your bank in the last six months, it’s likely an EMV card with a chip.  Banks are issuing EMV cards, and retailers are installing EMV-capable terminals to accept those EMV cards.  Both are working toward the October 2015 deadline whereby the liability shift occurs.  Today, when a counterfeit card is used in a store, the bank takes the loss.  But after the liability shift, if the bank has issued an EMV card, but the retailer has not upgraded to an EMV terminal, then the retailer takes the loss resulting from counterfeit cards.

Anatomy Of A Retail Data Breach

As data breaches become more common, retailers are under pressure from both consumers and regulatory agencies to build security programs that effectively protect customer data.

In Case You Missed It At NRF: EMV For SMRs

In case you missed the Exhibitor Big !deas session, Ready Or Not, Here Comes EMV — What Small Merchants Should Expect, here’s a recap. Moderated by Tom Pojero, head of U.S. Merchant Acquisition, panelists David Hogan, executive director, Heartland Payment Systems;  Norm Merritt, president and co-CEO, ShopKeep; and Rod Hometh, SVP, market development, Ingenico Group delivered insightful commentary on the lack of EMV knowledge among SMRs.

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ARTICLES FROM INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS FOR RETAILERS

  • Retail Tech Spending 2016
    Retail Tech Spending 2016

    As the groundwork for enterprisewide data visibility falls into place, a game of connect-the-data dots is playing out in stores.

  • Prep Now For Big Changes At The POS

    With about 8 months to go before the EMV liability shift, time is running short for retailers — and consumers — to get ready.

  • Are You Maximizing Your Mobile Potential?

    Mobility is making a huge impact on how retailers deal with everything from inventory visibility to customer experience — with the ultimate goal of increased sales.

  • Overhauling IT At BevMo!

    Over the course of 24 months, BevMo! leveraged big data and cloud computing to rebuild its entire IT enterprise from the ground up.

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  • PAYware Mobile Enterprise
    PAYware Mobile Enterprise

    PAYware Mobile Enterprise pairs your Apple iPod touch® or iPad® with VeriFone’s card encryption reader for on-the-spot sales.  This sleek, battery-powered handheld device supports all forms of payment technology and the highest levels of data security.

  • Product Overview: Why Tyco Security Products For Retail?
    Product Overview: Why Tyco Security Products For Retail? With a powerful integration platform, our access control, video and intrusion products work together to provide a onestop security offering. Our technology enables security personnel to manage their CCTV and access control alarms through one graphical command and control center.
  • PCI Compliance Services
    PCI Compliance Services Dell SecureWorks offers a full suite of consulting and remediation solutions to help organizations address the demands and challenges of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) compliance. Dell SecureWorks is also an Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV) and Qualified Security Assessor (QSA).
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DATA SECURITY MULTIMEDIA

  • The Anatomy Of A Retail Breach
    The Anatomy Of A Retail Breach

    EarthLink's Managed Security Monitoring watches over your IT and network services and detects security events before they become disruptive and costly data breaches, which means you spend less time reacting to security issues and more time focusing on strategic IT activities.

  • 5 Things You Need To Know About Alternative Payments
    5 Things You Need To Know About Alternative Payments

    Jim Johnson, senior VP, retail payments at FIS talks to Erin Harris about the top five things retailers need to know before considering alternative online payment options. In addition, Johnson delivers great data on the type of solution integration/data security measures retailers need to consider before accepting alternative payments.

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