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PCI Council releases new PIN security standard

The group responsible for managing payment security rules has released version 3.0 of the PIN Transaction Security (PTS) standard. The new version replaces the PIN Entry Device (PED) standard in an effort to streamline point-of-sale security guidelines to also cover unattended payment terminals, such as fuel dispensers, and hardware security modules, which are nonuser facing devices used in PIN translations. The update "simplifies the testing process and eliminates overlap of documentation," according to the PCI Security Standards Council. The council also plans to release updates to its Payment Application Data Security Standard and flagship PCI Data Security Standard later this year. — DK

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