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Keeping data safe and secure is of paramount concern for the restaurant industry. Technology innovations, often fueled by data, are helping restaurants streamline operations, reduce costs, and bring in more guests. But with opportunity comes risk. Payment card information has always been a target, but hackers are now hungry for more. With new data sources, online criminals can target all aspects of a restaurant’s business.
Download our toolkit: In Cybersecurity 101: A Toolkit for Restaurant Operators, you'll get action-oriented information about the five key elements of an enterprise-wise cybersecurity system for your restaurant company.
Questions? Contact the NRA's Laura Knapp Chadwick, director, commerce and entrepreneurship, at email@example.com.
Congress is intent on addressing the problem of data breaches and is considering complex laws and regulations in this area. And many aspects of the payment card system and cybersecurity standards are not under direct control of Congress, regulators or state legislatures, but are instead agreements between private industries. Find out how we're advocating on your behalf.
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