INCORPORATING Payment CARD DATA SECURITY into Your Franchise Practices

Perez, Eduardo
July 2009
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2009, p136
Trade Publication
The article discusses the concept of incorporating payment card data security in franchising. Franchisors have considered protecting the corporate brand and its valuable asset with customer information in the hospitality industry. In addition, franchisors need to include policies for safeguarding payment card data in order to preserve the integrity of the franchise brand to reduce the risk of data compromise.


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