CardNotPresent.com Releases White Paper

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Keep up with government initiatives' driving activity in the card-not-present space this summer.

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We’re busy all year long, even in the public sector. So stay informed with our new white paper. Take it to the beach. Take it to the pool. Or if you’re stuck in the office like us, read it at your desk, but make sure you keep up with how these government.

While it may seem as if the public sector, like everyone else, takes much of the summer off, events have conspired this year to keep government activity related to the card-not-present space in full swing. From continuing law enforcement initiatives to political pressure to react to the data breaches of winter and spring, security and other concerns are keeping legislators and regulators (OK, mostly regulators) busy during the dog days.

CardNotPresent.com today announced it is making a new white paper—Summer Recess Cancelled: Regulators Keep Pressure on CNP World this Summer—available for free.

The document gathers three original articles examining how the machinations of government currently are affecting the CNP world both directly (the Federal Reserve exploring how to implement a more modern payment system and government initiatives like Operation Chokepoint) and indirectly (PCI compliance being driven by public pressure in the wake of data breaches).

“Remember when summer used to mean less traffic on the commute and empty offices? Well, that’s not the case anymore,” said Steve Casco, founder and CEO of CardNotPresent.com. “We’re busy all year long, even in the public sector. So stay informed with our new white paper. Take it to the beach. Take it to the pool. Or if you’re stuck in the office like us, read it at your desk, but make sure you keep up with how these government initiatives could affect your business.”

Download the free whitepaper now at http://cardnotpresent.com/ebook/.

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