WASHINGTON — Several retail trade associations have sent a joint letter to the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council and credit card executives outlining suggested changes in PCI data security standards. Credit Card groups require retailers to adhere to these standards or face penalties. Among the recommendations: Incorporate a formal review and comment phase on revisions to the PCI data security standards (DSS) by participating membership before they are issued; ensure ...
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