PCI council plans training

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The PCI Security Standards Council, charged with administering payment industry guidelines, is scheduled to next month host a two-day training session, designed to help merchants better prepare for assessments. The curriculum also will focus on teaching retailers how to create an internal compliance program, so they can maintain adherence to the standards after the assessment is over. The course, which costs $995, is scheduled for April 6 and 7 at the University of Chicago Gleacher Center. For more information, visit here. — DK
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