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Qualities of Good Network Diagrams for PCI

LBMC Information Security shares the qualities of good network diagrams for PCI compliance.

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PCI Council Channels Vanilla Ice at 2018 North America Community Meetings

LBMC Information Security shares some highlights from the 2018 PCI North America Community Meetings and why you should stop, collaborate, and listen when it comes to PCI compliance.

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Call Center Employees and PCI Scope

Call centers are often in scope for PCI assessments. This article provides practical tips to help reduce a call center’s scope in the assessment.

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How to Meet the Newest PCI DSS Requirements in Your Next Assessment

PCI DSS v3.2.1 includes new requirements that were effective as of February 1, 2018. Here’s what you need to do to become compliant.

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Is Your Staff Informed on Security Awareness Education?

LBMC Information Security’s Brian Willis provides in-depth insights for creating a strong, thorough security awareness education program for your employees in retail, healthcare, and other sectors.

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3 Types of Tasks You Should Document for PCI DSS Compliance

The first step to compiling effective PCI documentation is to define the various types of documents you will need to record. The second step is to identify all the various tasks that will be defined in your procedures. This article covers three important document types and tasks to consider.

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7 Keys to Comprehensive PCI DSS Documentation

LBMC Information Security offers seven keys to help merchants and managers take a comprehensive approach to PCI documentation.

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LADMF and ACAB: New Rules for Accessing Data of the Deceased

The new rule prohibits the Secretary of Commerce from disclosing Death Master File (DMF) information during the three-calendar-year period following an individual’s death (the “Limited Access DMF or LADMF”) unless the entity is certified.

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PCI Security Standards Council Clarifies Multi-Factor Authentication Requirements

With the release of PCI DSS 3.2, the PCI Security Standards Council has updated the requirements for using multi-factor authentication.