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New Consumer Research Underscores Need for Greater Payment Security

Posted in PCI by ebs4pos on July 21, 2009

New Consumer Research Underscores Need for Greater Payment Security

Seventy-three percent of consumers surveyed in the United States, France and Great Britain say that more stringent standards are required before they will trust the security of their credit card transactions. And almost half (46 percent) are concerned about the potential for a security breach when paying with their credit or PIN-based cards, according to an international survey released today by the Secure POS Vendor Alliance (SPVA), a non-profit business organization created by Hypercom, Ingenico S.A. and VeriFone. SPVA focuses on standardized implementation of existing security standards, security of the payment device lifecycle and security threat analysis and intelligence.

via New Consumer Research Underscores Need for Greater Payment Security | In This Issue | Hospitality Technology: Technology Resource for Restaurant/Lodging Executives.

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