3-Minute Breakdown of Cybersecurity’s Biggest Buzzwords

January 26, 2018
The cybersecurity market is loaded with ambiguous buzzwords and competing acronyms that make it very difficult to clearly distinguish one infosecurity capability from another. If your efforts to understand what cybersecurity components you need to focus on have left you frustrated, you're not alone. Let’s cut to the chase and separate fact from fiction regarding cybersecurity’s biggest buzzwords.

The “Bumper-to-Bumper” Security Solution of POS Systems?

November 01, 2017
When Point-to-point encryption (P2PE) was standardized by the PCI Security Standards Council, many thought it would become the be-all end-all security solution they needed. It would protect customer data and relieve some of the burden of PCI compliance on the merchant. As with anything that sounds too good to be true, proceed with caution.

Make Your Wireless Work For You

March 12, 2015
Whether we are talking about shoppers being students, families, or business execs, having the ability to interact with your guests via wireless and mobile is becoming the standard. Why miss the opportunity to further engage with customers while they are still in your store?

State Sponsored Hacking – More Than an Issue for Sony

January 14, 2015
We live in a brave new world where the spies of yesteryear, like James Bond and Jason Bourne, are truly falling away into the realm of fantasy, replaced instead with hackers, doing battle on the digital front.

Netsurion services and OpenSSL the Heartbleed issue

April 11, 2014
Many of our customers and resellers have asked how Heartbleed affected Netsurion services. In a nutshell, the managed services that make up our product offerings were not directly affected by Heartbleed.

Thieves Tried to Steal Credit Cards from Nordstrom

October 18, 2013
The department store giant garnered unwanted attention earlier this month when they announced that a Florida store fell victim to a team of thieves who attached extremely small devices called key loggers in line with their keyboards where they plug into the registers.

Universal Plug and Play - New Report on an Old Problem

February 22, 2013
In the dark ages of personal computers (1980′s and 90′s), you either needed to be a computer geek or have access to one if you wanted any device to work with your computer. You had to go through a complicated driver installation process, and possibly replace system files. My how the world has changed.