INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — McKeever’s Enterprises here expects a 70% to 75% reduction in data security costs as a result of adopting an end-to-end encryption system from WorldPay, Atlanta. After running a 30-day pilot, McKeever's implemented the system this year in its nine Price Chopper stores in the Kansas City area. The savings are tied to less complex PCI security audits and compliance costs made possible by the system, said Tim Cosens, director of information technology for McKeever's. The ...
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