WAKEFIELD, Mass. — Addressing a key retailer concern, a payment card industry group has launched a program designed to bring greater consistency to the auditing process retailers must undergo to prove that they are adhering to a credit and debit card data security standard. Based on feedback from retailers and others, the PCI Security Standards Council here developed a quality assurance program for the various companies — known as qualified security assessors (QSAs) and approved scanning ...

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