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An international payments processing executive has maintained that a recent set of changes from the PCI Security Standards Council should help merchants better protect their payment data from hackers.

In an interview with CU Times, Robert Martin, the vice president for security solutions at the Paris, France-based Ingenico Group, praised the Security Standards Council’s changes to the rules that oversee the encryption of payment card data when a merchant wants to validate that encryption as part of its data protection effort.

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