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MIKE LEVINE

Michael Levine is a Senior Associate with Schellman based in Arlington, VA. Prior to joining Schellman in 2015, Mr. Levine worked as a Senior Associate at KPMG, specializing in SOC1, FISCAM, FISMA, and IT Audit Readiness. Mr. Levine also led and supported various other projects, including business process and IT policy drafting. Mr. Levine has over 7 years of experience comprised of serving clients in various industries, primarily Federal clients. Mr. Levine is now mainly dedicated to performing Service Organization Controls (SOC) examinations.

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By: MIKE LEVINE
October 17th, 2018

If you had a ticket on Delta Air Lines last week, maybe your flight was delayed a few hours. You better get used to it. Flight delays because of a "technology issue" are becoming the new normal for air travelers.

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Education | Privacy

By: MIKE LEVINE
December 6th, 2016

Do you find yourself having to ask a retailer whether to swipe or insert your card at the terminal these days? It has been more than a year since the Visa designated deadline of October 1, 2015 and EMV status in the United States is still greatly in limbo, affecting both consumers and businesses alike.  Since this deadline has passed, the liability for fraudulent transactions shifted to the party responsible for not supporting the chip cards. For example, if a retailer doesn’t have a chip-based terminal where the fraud occurs, the retailer would be responsible. However, if the credit card issuer doesn’t provide a chip based card to the customer, the credit card issuer would be liable.