- It's that time of year again - when we'll be coasting with family and friends and not tending the news wires here at PaymentsNews.com. Hope you have a wonderful holiday season with yours - and we'll see you back here all fresh and ready to go in the New Year!
On the Web:
- Entry Point of JPMorgan Data Breach Is Identified - New York Times - "The relatively simple nature of the attack — some details of which have not been previously reported — puts the breach in a new light."
On the Wires:
- Unified Patents Establishes a Defensive Patent Zone for Electronic Payments - “Deterring frivolous patent threats while maintaining a healthy patent system is foundational to what Unified provides its members,” said Kevin Jakel, CEO and Founder of Unified Patents. “Now banks, credit card companies, financial institutions and technology providers that participate in the payments system have someone in their corner to deter future NPE activity."
- Metrics Global, Inc. Enables Apple Pay for Merchants - Wendy M. Yurgo, President and CEO of Metrics Global, says, “Our goal is to provide our merchants with a suite of best-in-class options that enable them to attract, retain and grow their customers. When we can partner with our merchants to help them grow their business while providing them with superior customer service and competitive rates, then we secure our client base as well.”
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