What I Didn't Learn In Kindergarten

D'Erasmo, Steve
April 2011
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2011, p136
Trade Publication
The article discusses the significance of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) imposed in the U.S. hospitality industry. It states that PCI compliancy must be considered in every hospitality operation and should be taken seriously by every employee. It cites actions that can be undertaken by hotel operators to protect their properties including training the staff, taking passwords seriously, and making systems inventory.


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