PRINCETON N.J. Heartland Payment Systems – the card payment processing company that serves approximately 60,000 restaurants nationwide and earlier this year discovered it had been hacked by data thieves – said it has successfully validated its compliance with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards. The Princeton-based processor, which has said that no client restaurant would be liable for costs associated with the breach of its systems, noted that the ...
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