WASHINGTON — National Retail Federation executive David Hogan told a congressional panel yesterday that security standards imposed on merchants by the credit card industry— known as Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards — are only “an elaborate patch.” Hogan, NRF’s senior vice president and chief information officer, added that a system in which retailers would not be required to store card numbers would do a better job of protecting consumers against credit card fraud. “If ...

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