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EMV Compliance and Creating a Culture of Security
Mon, June 19, 2017, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM CDT
With the recent changes in credit card acceptance, is your business compliant? The FTC recommends you create a culture of security in your firm when you accept credit cards. Do you know how to train your employees?
Alexis Information Systems
Denise will talk about EMV technology and demo Apple PAY. She will answer your questions on credit card acceptance, liability and how to best choose a processing provider. Alexis Information Systems is the only listed reseller of Authorize.Net in the state of Arkansas.
Ropp & Associates
Larry will share with the audience a few simple ways to protect a business when employees use computer systems to access to customers information. He will talk about the FACTA Red Flag Rules (FTC rules) which require business owners to develop and implement certain security standards for employees handling sensitive data.
In the past few months, consumers have received new chip-enabled debit and credit cards. Chip card transactions offer advanced security for in-store payments by making every transaction unique.
Understand the shift in liability rules after the deadline of 10/1/2015
The changes in payment acceptance regulations after the implementation of EMV technology on 10/1/2015 shifts the liability for credit card fraud to whichever party is the least EMV-compliant.
Businesses that have not acquired the technology to process chip cards will become financially responsible for certain fraudulent transactions previously covered by the cardholder’s issuing bank.
Is Your Store ready for contactless payment? See a demo of Apple Pay
Apple Pay is a mobile payment and digital wallet service by Apple which allows users make payments using the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6S and 6S Plus.
Free reserved parking is provided.
Dinner will be provided.