Choice Hotels announces the selection of the HP Compliance Log Warehouse with the primary goal of automating network analysis and compliance reporting to meet Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) regulations.
The 11th Annual Restaurant Technology Study offers readers a historical glimpse of technology data so that they can easily track the trends within this segment. Learn how operators rank point-of-sale functions, peripherals, PCI DSS compliance, and more in 2009.
SpeedLine Solutions announces a strategic partnership with Coalfire Systems to support and accelerate their customers' PCI compliance initiatives.
Whether it is hardwired or wi-fi, all hotel guest Internet networks can be subject to malicious attacks by outside users. A recent report from the Cornell Center for Hospitality tests the security of 147 hotels and explains why virtual local area networks (VLANs) are operators' most secure line of defense.
The 14th annual MURTEC, held March 9-11 in Las Vegas, united 200 restaurant executives, consultants and technology vendors for three days of networking and informational sessions. Attendees walk away with solutions to leveraging emerging technologies for proven results.
The latest release of VeriFone's PCChange features the ability to process FSA/HRA transactions, supports Chase Paymentech pre-paid processing and more.
The Back Bay Restaurant Group, Inc. announces a three-year contract with Vendor Safe to deliver PCI Managed Security Services to Back Bay's corporate headquarters and restaurants at MURTEC 2009.
iBAHN's end-to-end proprietary software that detects multiple users of a network access node is awarded a patent by the United States Patent Office.
Cumberland Farms and Spacenet sign a contract to upgrade the satellite network in 500 locations to support improved performance for web-based and back-office applications including credit/debit card authorization, POS polling, HR software and inventory tracking.
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard compliance is not an issue in the United States alone, as global merchants are now required to adhere to it within the next two years.