Mar 31 2009
PCI was under fire today during a US House of Representatives subcommittee meeting. If you didn’t watch the meeting while it was in progress or watch the tweets myself, Anton Chavukin and a few other security professionals were sending, you missed what will end up being a very important meeting for the future of PCI. Our representatives asked some very pointed questions and both Robert Russo from the PCI Council and Joeseph Majka from Visa were put on the hot seat. The representatives from Michaels and the National Retail Federation definitely were in an adversarial position to the PCI Council and the card brands. It made for great spectator sport.
The video’s supposed to be available soon, so if you’re interested in PCI, take a little while and watch this. It was only the opening round in what promises to be a very interesting set of meetings to determine the future of PCI.
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