POS security is a high-priority issue for users and retailers alike as cybercriminals continue to target Track 2 data at a high rate.
Mobile point-of-sale technology is useful for small businesses, large enterprise retail chains and global sporting competitions alike.
Travelers around the globe are at high risk of robbery. While payment cards can be much simpler than cash, point-of-sale hazards pose a significant threat.
Customers may have gotten a lot more than a slice of pizza thanks to a POS malware called PunkeyPOS targeting hundreds of pizza restaurants in the U.S.
The line between physical storefronts and online retail is blurring, and as a result, e-commerce security is getting more complicated.
FastPOS is a point-of-sale malware that favors speed of subtlety — and it could be the next big threat to small or understaffed organizations.
The news that two separate POS threats may be teaming up to steal personal and financial data should serve as a major warning to businesses.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) announced two block cipher algorithms that will preserve data formatting in secure POS systems.
A security firm recently flagged new versions of the malware FighterPOS, including a worm variant, that may affect U.S. point-of-sale (POS) networks.
Macro malware is making a comeback as cybercriminals take advantage of corporate employees with little security awareness.