The PCI Security Standards Council just released updated requirements for organizations that handle data on credit-card holders and must comply with the Data Security Standards (DSS). That means restaurants, at least if they accept credit cards, must comply with the new standards that become effective Jan. 1, but are not mandatory until 2015. Like the previous versions, PCI DSS 3.0 isn’t all that easy to understand, unless you double as your business’ IT director. The good ...

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