Casual-dining restaurant operator Ruby Tuesday Inc. recently made credit card security headlines by doing everything it could to avoid making credit card security headlines. “I don’t want it to be in the headlines that someone broke into Ruby Tuesday [data files],” said Nick Ibrahim, the Maryville, Tenn.-ed chain’s senior vice president and chief technology officer.Ibrahim made that remark while explaining why his organization has begun using AES data encryption and has ...

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