PCI brush back: Banks say blame the merchants, not us

Tuesday, 19 June 2007, 7:52 PM EST

he ongoing tug-of-war between banks, credit card companies and retailers regarding the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard drew ire, frustration and organizational tips from a panel of users at the Symantec Vision user conference here last week.

Executives from JP Morgan Chase & Co., First Horizon Bank Holding Company, and AT&T's Compliance division offered details about their PCI deployment experience, the confusion surrounding evolving rules, and offered advice on how to deal with auditing and IT overhaul pressures PCI can bring.

At Computerworld.

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