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FDA Approves New Noninvasive FFR Technology

The FDA said today that it had granted approval to a novel technology that noninvasively measures fractional flow reserve (FFR) using data obtained from a CT scan of the heart…. 10 more words

Interventional Cardiology & Surgery

Home Depot and the Cost of a Breach

This article clearly articulates the 43,000,000 reasons why security should be taken seriously in today’s cyber crime filled world.  It also demonstrates that cyber liability insurance is not a golden ticket to ignore security concerns. 7 more words

Security News

EMV Part II - Industry Update

Continuing the conversation, here is Part II of our ongoing series on how to get ready for October 2015.

Over the last several weeks, I have continued attending webinars and reading articles on the EMV shift.  220 more words

Chip And Pin

PCI amongst DFW's Top Ten Places To Work!

The Dallas Morning News has named PCI as the #9 small company to work for in DFW on their Top 100 Places to Work 2014.  Who’s vote made Publishing Concepts one of the top ten best companies to work for?   212 more words

Workplace Culture

Is Your Mobile POS Secure?

Jeff is right on point in his interpretation of the minefield that is mobile payment devices and what retailers should consider moving forward.  To repeat what Jeff said and continue to “beat the dead horse” of PCI as a security standard, the PCI DSS is an entry level baseline for IT Security and should be considered a starting point for merchant and not the ultimate goal. 6 more words

Security News

ATM Software Security Best Practices Guide

The ATM Industry Association has released a new best practices guide for ATM software security developed to assist the industry in combating security threats, such as malware attacks. 93 more words

Training

I'm No Apple Chearleader...but MCX Can Take a Hike

As someone working in the FI industry, it’s definitely been a busy few years, and a hurricane two months. Within the span of 14 days the Home Depot breach erupted, I was in DC for the Mobile & ATM 2014 Summit, ApplePay was announced, I presented PCI-DSS/ATM/PTS topics at the TAG National Conference in San Antonio, and we all found out how JPMorgan and company were about as secure as the merchants that they had been criticizing for their lax security standards. 484 more words