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Technology news affecting the convenience store industry

Report suggests Russian hackers may be involved

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Credit-card terminal supplier Verifone Inc. found evidence of a “very limited cyber intrusion into [its] corporate network” in January 2017, spokesperson Andy Payment confirmed for CSP Daily News . “According to third-party forensic teams, this cyber attempt was limited to...

Company’s payment-services network was reportedly not affected

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Verifone, one of the largest makers of credit-card terminals in the United States, is reporting a security breach that targeted gas stations and convenience stores. The attack appears to have targeted a number of the payment-reader manufacturer’s point-of-sale (POS) systems and...

How the convenience retailer stays relevant

Pizza Touch, KeyMe and Bitcoin, oh my!

Deal marks second acquisition of safe maker in two years
Littlejohn & Co. aims to boost provider of cash-management systems in a changing market
Partnership provides users with added POS security
Retailer marks the first of Pinnacle’s clients switching to PDI

Recent announcements focus on mobile pay and Wi-Fi availability

Outdoor compliance moving forward

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