Retail organizations face complex challenges in protecting the sensitive data of their consumers. Criminal organizations are becoming more adept through the use of sophisticated tools at infiltrating retailer systems to score loads of consumer data – especially credit card data. W. Capra helps merchants better protect their payment environments through the use of industry best practices in payment security, including encryption, tokenization and EMV technology. We ensure that confidential information related to Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards, Personally Identifiable Information (PII), and regulatory information is protected without impact to day-to-day business.
W. Capra understands the ins and outs of the various security solutions available in the market and their associated nuances of implementation. We help our clients navigate the complexities of encryption and tokenization, enabling them to tap into our experience in navigating industry challenges and architecture considerations. From data mapping to token vault migrations, supplier selection and implementation W. Capra is your trust partner for all Commerce Security needs.
- Top Trends Every Retailer Should Be Aware of for 20232023 marks the fourth year of a decade that began with a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic that transformed the retail industry. As supply chain issues and other economic challenges caused by the pandemic continue to fester, retailers are finding a new normal with hybrid shopping. This means retailers have even more opportunities to create new offerings and optimize the consumer journey.
- Are you using vendors in your tech stack for the core function they bring to your organization?In recent years, the industry has witnessed a hybrid approach to the two vendor managements models detailed here. In this hybrid model, a payment orchestration layer or a gateway provides pre-existing, best-in-class integrations for a merchant to leverage.
- Why does the Sephora data privacy fine matter for large merchants, and what is the Global Privacy Control (GPC)?The Sephora decision signals that California is serious about enforcing data privacy legislation. The Sephora ruling was, more broadly, a warning shot for companies. It was the first action taken by an Attorney General to levy a fine against any company for failure to comply with CCP