Skimming and Payments Security
Approximately 39 million Americans fill-up every day and fuel dispensers have become one of many targets for thieves looking to steal credit and debit card information by "skimming," an aggressive tactic used to illegally obtain consumer card data for fraudulent purposes.
Since 2008, NACS and Conexxus have offered convenience and fuel retailers the resources and tools they need to proactively initiate and maintain effective payment security procedures that help reduce the occurrence of skimming.
February 17, 2020
POS malware may have affected locations in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
February 7, 2020
Small, mom-and-pop retailers are more likely to be victims of skimming.
January 9, 2020
They steal points and redeem them for goods they can sell.
December 20, 2019
The malware attack may have compromised customer payment information at all locations.
Conexxus members collaborate on current and future industry challenges and innovations. Its Data Security Working Group offers guidance and resources to help convenience and fuel retailers protect their operations against data security threats. For more information about Conexxus, email firstname.lastname@example.org.