• Jimmy John’s Restaurant Victim of Possible Credit Card Breach

    A popular gourmet sandwich restaurant chain may have dished out more than your favorite submarine sandwich recently. According to security journalist Brian Krebs, Jimmy John’s is investigating a possible breach involving customer credit card information. Several major credit card institutions have reported a pattern of fraudulent activity on cards used at Jimmy John’s retail locations. The “card-present” fraud activity enables

        in Fraud, Fraud Detection, Malware
  • EMV Adoption: USAA Announces EMV-Secured Payment Cards in US

    USAA, a bank typically used by the military and their dependents, has long been at the forefront of banking innovation and fraud prevention. That trend held true last week when the Texas-based financial institution announced their first EMV credit and debit cards for U.S.-based members. Rolling out to customers later in 2014, USAA’s new chip-based cards will help deter fraud

        in Fraud, Identity Assurance
  • P.F. Chang’s Investigating Potential Credit Card Breach

    According to numerous media reports, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro is investigating a potential security breach that may include customer credit and debit card information. Independent security journalist Brian Krebs, who first reported the potential breach, stated that thousands of stolen credit and debit cards were advertised for sale June 9. P.F. Chang's also offered Krebs a written response.

        in Authentication, Data Breach, Malware