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Retailers and hospitality vendors are falling victim to point-of-sale hacks, and little is being done to stem the tide. At the upcoming Black Hat conference, a researcher hopes to spur a call to action.
Seven restaurants in Louisiana and Mississippi, have filed a class-action suit
against Georgia-based Radiant Systems for producing a point-of-sale
(POS) system that they say was not compliant with payment card industry
security standards and resulted in an undetermined number of customers
having their debit and credit card numbers stolen by a Romanian hacker. Read the full article. [Wired]