For those operators who feel no need to pay attention to PCI DSS think again. With the threat of heavy fines looming and the inability to accept credit card payments, it is time for operators to brush up on their PCI history and get informed.
The PCI Security Standards Council releases the PCI DSS version 1.2 revisions that include clarifications and other subtle changes to ease data security implementation.
TravelCLICK's iHotelier hotel reservation system meets PCI DSS credit processing standards and is certified to accept credit for all major credit cards.
Heartland's Tableside promises to provide restaurants with an easy-to-manage wireless payment solution for enhanced convenience and security through their certification of VeriFone's tableside payment managed services solution.
Synergy International's Software as a Service data warehousing solution is built on Department of Defense standards and is a full power version of the Microsoft based SQL server application.
The Isleta Casino and Resort selects Extreme Networks to build a converged network from the ground up that will include voice, video, data convergence, security, and wireless LAN requirements.
Green Edge Systems, Inc.'s All-In-One Monitoring wireless temperature monitoring system for food services provides monitoring services to refrigeration systems in addition to their existing alarm monitoring services without the need for upgrade their current alarm monitoring equipment.
TokenWorks Inc. introduces the IDVisor Z22 MSR ID Scanner, a low-cost, portable magnetic stripe computer for driver's license age verification and student/corporate ID verification.
According to a new study released by Cornell University, a substantial majority of hotels are not using all the possible tools to maintain their network's security.
The Sheraton Station Square Hotel's deployment of a POS and wireless network from Colubris will allow guests to purchase food and beverages from any location in the hotel using a variety of payment options.