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The Hidden Costs of the Internet of Things

Posted by CardinalCommerce
Mar 20, 2018 8:30:00 AM

The Internet of Things will open new and intriguing possibilities and opportunities that almost seem too good to be true. It’s somewhat inconceivable to think about washing machines, or any other connected device, having the capability to order products and services online. There’s already unbridled excitement, on behalf of the entire industry, about the potential of these devices.

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Topics: Fraud, Internet of Things, Cybersecurity, CCA

Cardinal at MAG 2018!

Posted by CardinalCommerce
Feb 15, 2018 8:30:00 AM

The Merchant Advisory Group’s Mid-Year Conference is right around the corner. This year’s conference, which will take place from February 28th to March 2nd in Phoenix, Arizona, will bring together some of the brightest, and most insightful people in the entire digital payments industry. Bruce Poore, the Senior Vice President of Global Sales will be representing Cardinal at the conference.

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Topics: Fraud, CardinalCommerce, CNP, 3DS 2.0, MAG, 3-D Secure 2.0

Cardinal Webinar Review: Managing Your Post Holiday Sales

Posted by CardinalCommerce
Jan 25, 2018 9:01:00 AM

Recently, one of our fraud experts, Nick Belenky, presented during a webinar about managing post-holiday sales.

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Topics: Fraud, CardinalCommerce, chargebacks

Solutions to Common Issues with Fraud

Posted by CardinalCommerce
Oct 31, 2017 8:30:00 AM

When they’re experiencing growth, almost all startups are forced to confront fraudsters and cybercriminals. The specific act of fraud doesn’t matter as much as their response to it. If they have lofty aspirations, merchants should take a proactive, rather than reactive, approach to fraud prevention. If they do, however, choose to wait until after an attack to implement a sufficient fraud prevention system, the damage will likely already be done.

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Topics: Fraud, Cybersecurity

The Benefits of Enhanced Cybersecurity Awareness

Posted by CardinalCommerce
Oct 24, 2017 8:30:00 AM

After launching their business, startups often have one thing on their mind: sales. They want to attract consumers, make money and achieve long-term sustainability, while carving out a unique space in their industry. But often, startups don’t consider the risks of operating an online business and, because of that, they occasionally fail to address them. This kind of negligence can be dangerous and it could invite fraudsters and cybercriminals into any startup’s online store.

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Topics: Fraud, Startups, Cybersecurity

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