READING, Pa. — As part of a wide-ranging effort this year to upgrade its data security, Redner’s Markets here is employing a form of end-to-end encryption in its credit- and debit-card processing network. Card data is encrypted from the moment the card is swiped in the PIN pad “all the way to the [acquiring] bank,” said Nick Hidalgo, IT director for Redner’s. Redner’s, which operates 39 Warehouse Markets and 13 Quick Shoppe convenience stores, uses Connected Payments, a processing system ...

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