Posts made in November, 2014


On November 18, 2014, CSO’s Maria Korolov wrote an article about how, as of November 1, 2015, merchants that aren’t ready to accept chip-based cards instead of the current magnetic-stripe cards will become liable for fraudulent transactions that today are covered by the credit card companies. In 12 Security Problems That EMV And Tokenization Won’t Solve, she explains how retailers will be switching to new, EMV-compliant...

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The Arab Spring of Privacy Is Upon Us, Suni Munshani’s contribution to his Wired Innovation Insights blog on November 7, 2014 was picked up by the main Wired site. It is republished here in its entirety: Lately it seems not even a week goes by without news of a major data breach at one of our favorite retailers, banks or web sites. It’s become so common that each incident now follows a similar script: Company announces that tens of...

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Protegrity CEO Suni Munshani was quoted in an article in SC Magazine by Lee Sustar, “A balancing act: Apple technology,” which asks experts to provide their thoughts on the impact Apple Pay will have on security in the payment industry. According to some, Apple Pay gives a “fillip to industry players who’ve been advocating for years that tokenization is the best way to protect consumer information.” “What Apple is...

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