Retail malware: PCI-DSS is part of the problem, says retail security specialist Slava Gomzin

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PCI-DSS fails to address widespread use of memory-scraping malware

When the Payments Card Industry Data Security Program (PCI-DSS) was first introduced in 2004, the move was in response to a series of breaches that demonstrated how exposed credit and debit card in...

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