Posted on May 27th, 2009 No comments
Wal-Mart this month became the latest major retailer to experiment with self-service kiosks, selling space in 77 stores for units that buy back used video games and issue credits directly to various payment cards. The initial trial is entirely isolated, with the kiosk vendor having access only to its own network and not to Wal-Mart’s.
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Wal-Mart’s Kiosk Trial Raises Serious PCI, Data Ownership Issues
Posted on May 26th, 2009 No comments
As merchants work to reduce the scope of PCI compliance and the risk due to having credit card data in their environment, some companies are actually taking access to this data away from people who need it to do their job, including the managers who are charged with investigating fraudulent credit card transactions. Instead of PCI controls helping reduce fraud, for some companies, they are making fraud detection more difficult.”We all know that PCI compliance creates dividing lines,” said GuestView PCI Columnist David Taylor.
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PCI and Fraud Analysis: To Have and Have Not