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Schools Can Step up Their Security Game With More Secure ID Cards

By Heather Morris, Public Relations Manager

As hubs of research, academia and culture, colleges have been targets of hackers on more than one occasion in the past few years. In 2014, one university reported a data breach that exposed the personally identifiable information of hundreds of thousands of students and staff, dating back to 1998. This information was also tied to the […]
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Improving the Public Transit User Experience

Jul 6, 2016

Many public transit infrastructures around the world are in the midst of big technological upgrades. While some systems, such as the Metropolitan Transit Authority in New York City or the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority in and around Philadelphia, still rely on plastic magnetic stripe cards (which are well-known for the frustrations they can cause their users) or […]

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ID Cards to the Rescue

Jun 30, 2016

The Severn Area Rescue Association (SARA) is the largest independent lifeboat service in the U.K., providing inshore rescue boat and land search assistance to Severn Estuary, the upper reaches of the River Severn and the Wye, Bristol Avon, Tewkesbury Avon and Usk rivers. The charitable organization has nine operational boats, nine mobile response units, five […]

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How Banks Can Turn EMV into a Customer Loyalty Opportunity

Jul 28, 2015

With the looming liability shift in the United States, EMV is on every payment card issuer’s mind. Though with the challenge comes opportunities, such as bolstering customer relationships. A recent column, written one of our industry experts and published in PaymentsSource, outlines how being a trusted partner to customers will only benefit financial organizations in the long […]

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Citizens Bank of Las Cruces Gains a Competitive Edge with Financial Instant Issuance

Dec 12, 2014

With community excitement built around their local high school programs, Citizens Bank of Las Cruces found a way to capitalize on this high school rivalry, and offer a financial instant issuance program to its customers that would increase revenue and customer service, as well as give back to their community.