The PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) responsible for developing and maintaining the payment card security standards has announced the start of the PCI Special Interest Group (SIG) proposal period for 2014 projects. During this time, beginning June 1st and running through July 25th, participating organizations can submit ideas and voice concerns to the Council through their website. Results in the past have shown this collaboration is key in addressing challenges and making significant changes in the PCI industry.
"The real value in Special Interest Groups is that they are driven by the community at large. The ideas come from those who are living and breathing payment card security every day, representing a variety of industries and job functions," said Bob Russo, General Manager of the PCI Security Standards Council, earlier this month in a release.
The PCI community will have the opportunity to vote in the SIG election in November, selecting up to three projects they would like the Council to pursue over the coming year. For the full PCI Security Standards Council press release click here.
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