Thirteen men were recently charged with stealing millions of dollars using credit card skimmers on gas pumps. Unlike similar incidents, the perpetrators connected to the skimmers wirelessly and downloaded the stolen information via Bluetooth.
Who exactly is overseeing the security of gas pumps and how can we avoid a situation like this in the future?
Listen to episode 117 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Craig Young, Dwayne Melancon and Ken Westin discuss why universal keys are like sharing admin passwords across multiple businesses, the broken link between physical and cyber security, and the security lessons gas station owners can learn from airplane bathrooms.
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