Banks to Merchants: Are You There Yet?

Fest, Glen
August 2007
Bank Technology News;Aug2007, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p12
Trade Publication
The article discusses issues related to the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Digital Security Standard compliance among retailers and clients in the U.S. According to Dave Howell of PCI Solutions, smaller companies, specifically those that lack experience with encryption or data access privileges, are finding it hard to comply with the standards. TowerGroup bank's Brian Riley has observed that financial institutions are helping their clients by offering compliance assurance programs.


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