Greater focus by restaurant companies on security for wide-area data networks and card-payment processing systems, and on revising policies for internal data-system users. This often was in keeping with requirements of the federal SARBANES-OXLEY ACT OF 2002, in general, and year-end deadlines for compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards, or PCI DSS, in particular. Another motivation: avoiding potentially customer-alienating and costly data-system ...
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