The payments industry, in continuing efforts to maintain the integrity of sensitive cardholder data, has been exploring Tolkienization as a possible adjunct or replacement for existing encryption-based security models.
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Large retailers aren’t the sole targets of credit card data breaches. Small business, while less lucrative for cybercriminals, can present easy pickings if the merchants accept credit cards and haven’t taken some very basic steps to secure their payments environment. Here’s what your business can do to reduce the risk of having thieves access your customers’ sensitive credit card data.