European mPOS contender SumUp has launched its own proprietary chip and PIN reader after deciding that the white label offerings on the market were not up to scratch.
At Miura systems we pride ourselves on having the strongest security in the market, with many years of experience and numerous security approvals to our name. The hack referred to in the article was in partnership with MWR InfoSecurity a highly skilled security
laboratory which has demonstrated attacks on numerous POS terminals over the years, and now they too acknowledge Miura’s “industry leading secure platform”. https://www.mwrinfosecurity.com/media/press-releases/muira-and-mwr-extend-partnership/. Whilst
we do welcome innovations in the mPOS market, other solutions which have not been subject to the same level of scrutiny are unlikely to be as secure.
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