While it is true that PCI DSS compliance is a technology-related matter, many executives fail to realize that compliance responsibility must be shared throughout and owned by the brand's top executives. Here are the top seven reasons why.
The release of Intura Vision 4.20 features multiple functionality upgrades including enhanced security features, recipe management, food preparation and more.
The new product, designed for the casual, fast casual and QSR segments, features real-time surveys, full PCI compliance and more.
In an initiative that supports new rules governing PCI compliance for all levels of merchants, VeriFone will only provide PA-DSS audited payment applications.
The CWEETS Scanner, developed by a team of UCLA engineers, can produce one-dimensional bar codes with a frame rate on the order of 25 million frames per second.
Radiant Systems' newest solution integrates POS functions with payment services to help businesses reduce costs. More than 5,000 stores and restaurants are already using Radiant Payment Services.
The Royal Resorts Group is now able to support high-speed wi-fi, video security and POS systems resort-wide through the recent installation of WLAN gear from BelAir Networks.
The newly opened Aloft Montreal Airport hotel selects Elsafe's Sentinel Advanced digital in-room safes for their increased security and aesthetically-pleasing design elements.
Version 1.2 of PCI DSS, released just this month, includes several key areas that are important for hospitality operators to understand. Anti-virus software, data storage, and public-facing web applications are just some of the areas addressed.
SpeedLine's POS v6 solution, designed specifically for the pizza restaurant segment, is fully compliant with all Visa Payment Application Best Practices requirements as established by the PCI Security Standards Council.