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The Latest POS Magazine: Security at the Point-of-sale :: Now Available Online!

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Security At The Point-of-Sale
The Latest Issue from Pointofsale.com

This issue offers over 20 exclusive articles from industry leaders and discusses topics like POS system vulnerabilities, fraud prevention, data security, EMV, SSL, payment security, hacking and more for retailers and restaurateurs.

SARASOTA, FL, December 01, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- PointofSale.com, a website and online magazine for the POS industry, has released the December '17 Issue of the Point of Sale Magazine.

The user-friendly magazine includes EXCLUSIVE content on Security For The Point of Sale and covers topics like system vulnerabilities, fraud prevention, data security, EMV, SSL, payment security, hacking and sweethearting.

The digital magazine offers invaluable insight from CEOS and experts in the POS industry. Contributors include:

  • Tom Schoen of BTM Global
  • Henry Helgeson of Cayan
  • Djamel Toubrinet of Cegid
  • Nicole Bryan of Sterling Payment Technologies
  • Eric Sutter of Wasp Barcode Technologies
  • George Rice of Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • Steve Montross, CPI Card Group
  • Tim Jarrett, Veracode
  • Gregory Grant, Phoenix Managed Networks
  • Malay Kundu, Stoplift
  • Vincent DeMaio, SmartPower Systems
  • Sarah Beldo, Sift Science
  • and many others.


"The point-of-sale industry is growing and penetrating more niches and serving more businesses than ever before, and we're pleased to be a part of that growth." Pointofsale.com President Craig L. Aberle, who started in the POS industry in 1985 and has worked with thousands of businesses and POS VARs over the years.

The magazine also provides a list of upcoming trade shows in the retail and POS industry. Pointofsale.com itself offers over 7,000 POS-related articles for SMB readers to utilize, as well as a library of free POS ebooks.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to stay-up-to date on the latest from top POS experts. The issue of Pointofsale Magazine is a must read! Click here to review it.



About us: Barcode Media Group Inc is a publisher of websites for technical content.

Barcode.com - a website about the bar code, QR Code and RFID world, NFC and logistics
Pointofsale.com, over 7,000 articles for retail and restaurant technology
POS-advice.com - POS for restaurants,
POSForum.net - a website for POS tech support for Micros, Aloha and other software and,
Restaurantsoftwarelist.com - contains listings of hundreds of companies in the restaurant technology industry

These sites provide content, resources and useful information to millions of visitors annually. The editorial calendar and content guidelines are available on the Footer menu of the website. Barcode Media Group Inc is a publisher of websites for technical content. Barcode.com, Pointofsale.com, POS-advice.com, POSForum.net and Restaurantsoftwarelist.com among others.

These sites provide content, resources and useful information to millions of visitors annually.

Contact Information:
Craig Aberle
Barcode Media Group, Inc
Lakewood Ranch, FL
USA
Voice: 941-306-8577
E-Mail: Email Us Here
Website: https://pointofsale.com
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