PCI expands security testing

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The PCI Security Standards Council has expanded its PIN entry device security requirements program to two new types of devices: Unattended payment terminals (such as ticket kiosks) and hardware security modules (used for card personalization and PIN translation). The devices can now be rigorously tested for approval by the Council's labs to ensure compliance with PCI Standards, according to a statement. — CAM
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