Read. Savor. Reflect.
Edward Everett Horton (“Fractured Fairy Tales” and a million or so 1930s, 40s comedies) narrates. Public Safety, 1961 style.
Captured: Heinen’s. Screen (minus the glare) offers a “Swipe/Insert” option but there’s no clear indication which behavior is expected. Excellent to see the near field options. The height an placement is good. Judging from the 4 holes, the check-out lane counter top has seen its share of pin pads.
Our “We Got This” Department recently came across a first-class example of “oops.” Defense Point Security (DPI) – big claim “the choice provider of cyber security services to the Federal Government” – announced that the personal information of every 2016 DPI employee was stolen in a spear phishing email. The info included W-2 forms.
Let that sink in.
Read the complete story along with some good, solid common-sense advice on how to protect yourself here: Krebs on Security
Yeah, yeah. We’re on it. Pin pads. Check.