A data encryption method that Heartland Payment Systems CEO Robert Carr swears by has received high-level acceptance as part of a new standard.

When Heartland Payment Systems suffered its data breach in 2009, it rocked the payments industry and sent Carr quickly searching for extra security. He found it in a tamper-resistant security module made in Taiwan and encryption standards that a company called Voltage Security had been developing for a couple of years.

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