WAKEFIELD, Mass. — The PCI Security Standards Council here announced Tuesday that all three of its standards will follow a three-year development lifecycle period. Two of the standards — the PCI Data Security Standard and the Payment Application Data Security Standard — previously used a two-year development period, which ends with the release of updated versions in October 2010. The other standard — the PIN Transaction Security requirements — already used a three-year cycle that concluded ...

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