With PCI compliance no guarantee of data security, retailers and card processors are exploring new technologies like end-to-end encryption and tokenization that promise better protection from cyber thieves
Is end-to-end encryption the “next big thing” in payment card security? That's hard to say, especially in the highly complex and constantly changing world of data protection. But if you look at two of the biggest security breaches to hit retailing in the past few years — and the steps taken by the breached companies to prevent a reoccurrence of those break-ins — you would have to say that end-to-end encryption is on the retail horizon. End-to-end encryption means that card data remains ...
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