Security Wire Weekly

May 24 2012   7:44PM GMT

P2P encryption for mobile is not an endorsement, says PCI Council



Posted by: Robert Westervelt
Tags:
mobile device security risks
Mobile platform security
mobile security
PCI DSS
PCI SSC

The PCI Security Standards Council recently urged merchants to use certified point-to-point encryption hardware when swiping credit card payments with a mobile device. But Bob Russo, general manager of the PCI SSC insists that the PCI Council is not endorsing the technology. In this interview, Russo discusses the state of the PCI special interest groups (SIGs) and addresses why no Mobile SIG exists.

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