A Look Into Payment Card Data Breaches - Interview with Joe Christensen of Pay By Touch

US retailer TJ Maxx revealed that more than 45 million credit cards were stolen from company servers, with data theft going as far back as 2003. In April, the Massaccusetts Banking Association (MBA), Connecticut Bankers Association (CBA), and the Maine Association of Community Banks (MACB) retaliated with a class-action lawsuit seeking to recover damages for card reissuance and reputation costs associated with the massive data breach.

In this latest podcast from CUInfosecurity.com, you'll hear Joe Christensen, Vice President of Security and Compliance at PayByTouch Payment Solutions, reveal an insider's look at:

- The payment card relationship between banks, merchants and credit associations.
- What every bank should do in the event of a TJX-type breach.
- The future outlook for merchants in light of TJX.

> View more information about the webinar “Preventing TJX-type Data Breaches".



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