By : Ken Harris
March 03, 2015 03:37 PM
In recent months, many retailers have reported security breaches in their payment systems. It should therefore come as no surprise that 63% of retailers point to payment security as their top priority for 2015 (as reported in Boston Retail Partners' 2015 POS/Customer Engagement Survey).
Whether using P2P (Point-to-Point) encryption, tokenization, or both - most retailers quoted in the survey have either already implemented or are planning to implement payment security measures by the end of 2015. Factor in the October 2015 milestone for implementing EMV, and it becomes obvious that payment security will be in the spotlight this coming year.
Offering exactly these high priority security measures, NCR Connected Payments reduces the foot print of Payment card data from the retailers’ environment. Even better – it offers retailers the architectural flexibility they need to comply with PCI and EMV and embrace innovative payment types.
Want to learn more?
Download our brochure, or visit http://www.ncr.com/retail/food-drug-mass-merchandising/payment/epayment/connected-payments.
Head of Payments Strategy and Business Development, NCR Payments and Security
Ken is responsible for leading the payments solution strategy for NCR’s Retail and Hospitality divisions. With over 20 years in electronic payment systems, security, and implementation, Ken leverages his expertise and in-depth knowledge of the payments ecosystem to develop strategies that help businesses manage the rapid-fire pace of change affecting the payments industry.