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PCI DSS Wireless Data Guidelines? Not so much.

PCI Security Standards Council Issues PCI DSS Wireless Guidelines

The retail industry has, for some time, been exercised about cardholder data being extracted feloniously from wireless networks. But, apparently they won't get much in the way of additional reassurance or a path to safety with the PCI SSC Wireless Guidelines which were issued last week by the PCI SSC.   

“It contains no changes to the PCI standard at all and the only thing really interesting about it is that they felt the need to issue it,” said David Taylor, founder of the PCI Knowledge Base.

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