Data breaches at giant retailers including Target, Neiman Marcus and Michael’s have made headlines lately. But hackers also target restaurants, where customers regularly whip out credit and debit cards to pay for meals, assuming that operators have high-level safeguards in place. Many don’t. Take, for example, Visa’s recent report on security breaches at franchises with multiple locations: 73 percent of security breaches in the United States are attributable to ...
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