Payment Security

Adam Fagen

Neiman Marcus Agrees To Pay $1.6M To Settle 2013 Data Breach Class Action Lawsuit

Three years after Neiman Marcus disclosed that it had become the victim of a hack attack in 2013, exposing the credit card information of more than 350,000 customers, the upscale retailer has reached a $1.6 million settlement in the subsequent class action lawsuit.  [More]

MasterCard Starts “Selfie” Verification, Working On Heartbeat Approvals

MasterCard Starts “Selfie” Verification, Working On Heartbeat Approvals

Last October, MasterCard revealed that it was testing new ID-verification solutions that used, among other things, facial recognition, to quickly and securely identify cardholders when shopping on their mobile devices. Now the company says the so-called “selfie pay” system is ready for the masses, and that it is working on a way to authenticate users via their heartbeats. [More]

MasterCard, Visa Form Industry Group To Address Payment Security Issues

MasterCard, Visa Form Industry Group To Address Payment Security Issues

In the wake of numerous high-profile data breaches and growing concerns about identity theft, credit card competitors Visa and MasterCard are teaming up to launch a cross-industry effort aimed at improving payment security for consumers.

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