Are you heading to the NARTS conference in San Antonio, TX this year? Did you know if you connect to a public network, your browsing activity can be seen?
At its base-level, a network is a really simple thing. For a consignment store, this can mean anything from not being able to get on the Internet, to your consignment software crashing.
If you run Liberty, you've likely seen Connection Failures more than once.
Payment Logistics requires 'advanced' network setup, which you are responsible for.
It's Saturday. You're not working at your store today, but an employee is opening and running the store for the day - but there is no Internet connection!
Are you heading to the NARTS conference in Scottsdale, AZ this year? Did you know if you connect to a public network, your browsing activity can be seen?
If you utilize security cameras or a mobile application that connects back to a 'server' at your consignment store, then this question will likely come up.
It's Friday, the day after Independence day here in the States. We received an emergency email from a client who is unable to utilize their point of sale system for processing credit cards. All was working properly, until Windstream introduced a new piece of hardware.
If you connect to a "cloud" VPS using Remote Desktop without TLS or SSL and you swipe (or type) credit card numbers from your computer 'up' to software running on your VPS, your business is in violation of the PCI DSS.
***DISABLE UPNP*** Universal Plug and Play or UPNP, is a feature that is supposed to make connecting networked devices easier for end-users. According to security experts, over 80 million unique devices responded to their public internet request.