When it comes to IT security, airlines in the next 18 months will focus on compliance with new credit card data standards aimed at preventing fraud, according to the SITA Global Airline IT Security Survey 2009 released today. Other key findings indicate that the 183 airlines surveyed showed an average 14% improvement in adopting industry best practices and that global economic woes are having “nominal influence” on IT security budgets. Why a new standard? “Credit card companies are ...
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