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Visa Sets Global PCI DSS Deadlines

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Visa Sets Global PCI DSS Deadlines

Data Security Compliance Requirements Aligned Across Visa Regions

Auckland – 11 November 2008 – Visa Inc. (NYSE: V) today announced global mandates for compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), creating a consistent framework for compliance among merchants, service providers and their agents.

The framework includes a global set of requirements for merchants to validate their compliance with PCI DSS; and for the largest merchants, dates by which they must reach full PCI DSS compliance. Deadlines are also set for large and mid-level merchants to demonstrate that they are not storing certain types of sensitive card data.


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