LBMC Information Security’s Mark Burnette explains the differences between SOC for cybersecurity and risk assessments, as well as tips for how your organization could benefit from from an SOC for Cybersecurity analysis.
Category: PCI Compliance
LBMC Information Security offers seven keys to help merchants and managers take a comprehensive approach to PCI documentation.
With the release of PCI DSS 3.2, the PCI Security Standards Council has updated the requirements for using multi-factor authentication.
Though the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (or PCI DSS) applies to every merchant who accepts payment cards, many merchants lack understanding. This article covers four points to convey to a beginner.
If your organization plans to store, process or transmit payment card information via the cloud, compliance with the PCI DSS is of particular concern. This article covers five key points provided by the PCI Security Standards Council.
Good preparation is the key to obtaining a clean SOC report. But first you have to know which of the three SOC reports you need to complete.
LBMC Information Security has been named a 20 Most Promising Cyber Security Solution Provider 2016 by CIOReview.
Two major changes to the payment card industry data security standard earlier this year have given companies more time to adjust existing procedures for credit card safety.
A recent change in Tennessee state law will soon increase the burden for organizations holding sensitive personal data of a Tennessee resident.
Most companies with PCI compliance obligations are regularly performing their own internal vulnerability scans and reviewing the results. One important requirement with PCI vulnerability scanning control is performing quarterly scans.