By : Andy Sirmon
July 17, 2015 04:11 PM
At the National Restaurant Association (NRA) Show 2015, Chester Ritchie with NCR Merchant Solutions and NCR Director of Hospitality Product Development Kim Sullivan discuss what the October 1 EMV liability shift means from a restaurant perspective.
Sullivan says along with this shift comes the challenge of educating staff and consumers about the technology and ensuring that both are comfortable using it.
Ritchie added that restaurants should be protecting themselves beyond EMV by using the “Trifecta of Security” – EMV, end-to-end encryption and tokenization – to enhance payment security and flexibility.
For more insights from Chester and Kim at NRA, watch the full video:
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