PayPal PayFlowPro TLS Upgrade

PayPal PayFlowPro To Begin Incremental Processing Blackouts

The PCI Security Standards Council is requiring all merchants accepting credit cards to migrate to the latest TLS 1.2 encryption protocol by June 30, 2018: In response to this, PayPal PayFlowPro will begin to cease service incrementally to merchants using outdated security protocols as a courtesy alert to remind them that they will soon permanently […]

Urgent Security Update: First Data and Others To Begin Incremental Processing Blackouts

This week, First Data announced the dates that they will begin their transition to the mandatory TLS 1.2 upgrade. They will start to decommission customers who are using outdated security protocols by implementing incremental processing blackouts.  This upgrade is required to comply with PCI Security Standards  ( First Data will gradually cease service incrementally beginning […]

Product Updates: January 2018

Nodus has been hard at work adding new features and functionality to our solutions. Below is a list of our product updates with latest features and integrations. PayFabric Newest Version: 3 Description: Cloud-based processing and storage engine that removes sensitive credit card data from the cloud PayFabric Release Notes New Features Summary PayLink Service – […]

Shimmer Fraud

Shimmer: The Newest Skimming Nightmare in Credit Card Security

The holiday season is officially here and many people have already started their gift shopping. The National Retail Federation estimates the average American spends $700 on holiday gifts, which amounts to more than $465 billion. With the large increase in shopping trends, we tend to see an increase in fraudulent activity as well. You may […]

PCI Compliance: What It Is and How to Maintain IT

INTRODUCTION Payment Card Industry Security Standard Council (PCI SSC) was founded in 2009 by American Express, Discover, JCB International, MasterCard, and Visa Inc. to set, uphold, evolve, and promote the safety of cardholder data through mandatory requirements that every merchant must abide by. The global council works with millions of organizations, including merchants, financial institutions, […]

Nodus Heads To GPUG Summit 2017

  ‘Tis the season for GPUG Summit! This year GPUG Summit is scheduled to take place at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, TN, from October 10-13, 2017. Its creators’ intentions are to bring education and support to all of those who use and work with Dynamics GP, including accountants, HR, administrators, and more. Nodus […]

Product Spotlight - ePay Advantage

Product Spotlight: Nodus ePay Advantage

The most recent version of ePay Advantage, our online bill presentment and payment solution for Dynamics ERP solutions, has several upgrades and improvements including mobile-friendly design and enhanced security.  There is no better time to upgrade than now. What’s new with ePay Advantage? New Design – Many of the ePay pages have been completely recreated to […]

How small merchants can protect card data

How Small Merchants Can Protect Card Data

Small business partners and customers rely on you, their risk is your risk, and helping them helps you. So making sure that your services are PCI Compliant is extremely important. Understand your risk Large enterprises are not the only types of businesses that are at risk of security breaches. Data thieves look at small businesses […]

Discontinuation of Dynamics Online Payment Services

Microsoft Dynamics Discontinuation of Dynamics Online Payment Services Announcement

Microsoft Dynamics Discontinuation of Dynamics Online Payment Services Announcement Microsoft recently announced the discontinuation of Dynamics Online Payment Services.  Effective January 1, 2018, users of this service will no longer be able to process credit card payments.  Merchants using any of the following Microsoft Dynamics systems will be affected: AX, NAV, GP, RMS, POS 2009, and […]

Another Company Reports Credit Card Breach

Another local company recently sent out notices to customers stating they “may have” experienced a breach of their system.  We all know how this story goes – “may have” turns into “a small number of customers were affected” turns into “all customers should monitor their credit cards and credit reports for suspicious activity.”  When will […]