By Jennifer Nieto
From the Fall 2015 Journal of the Colorado Dental Association
To panic or not to panic? That is the question. You may have heard that credit cards should contain an encrypted chip in addition to a magnetic swipe stripe by October 2015. If your office doesn’t have a terminal with this enhancement yet, there is no need to panic; however, you should start looking into a new terminal to avoid liability should a fraudulent card be presented at your office. This is a new technology to heighten security on the way credit card information is stored and processed in order to prevent fraud. If your office processes credit cards, you will need a terminal that has EMV (Europay, Mastercard and Visa) chip-reading ability for credit card processing.
November 19, 2015
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