Protecting cardholder data in e-Commerce transactions

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Protecting cardholder data in e-Commerce transactions

More and more businesses are moving towards offering their products and services in an Internet-based environment and consumers will typically use a credit or debit card for e-commerce transactions.

IntroductionThe cardholder data gathered during these transactions is commonly stored in databases, which, over time, can accumulate thousands of credit card accounts and become prime targets for fraud and theft.With the rising incidence of threats to consumer data, and increasing requirements ...

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