Federal Law on Card Security Is Coming: FMI Speaker

With three states — Minnesota, Nevada and Washington — already having passed laws requiring retailers to be compliant with PCI (payment card industry) data security standards, expect a card data security law to be passed by the federal government, said Heather Mark, senior vice president, market strategy, Propay, a payment card processor.

LAS VEGAS — With three states — Minnesota, Nevada and Washington — already having passed laws requiring retailers to be compliant with PCI (payment card industry) data security standards, expect a card data security law to be passed by the federal government, said Heather Mark, senior vice president, market strategy, Propay, a payment card processor.

"It's not if but when the federal government passes a law," said Mark, speaking earlier this week during a workshop at the Food M

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