There’s just too much opportunity for the cybercriminals. If you need further proof, consider these six ways organizations compromise their cybersecurity and how to address them.
Four out of five companies responsible for adhering to the PCI standards were falling below compliance at some point during the year.
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Cybersecurity took center stage as President Obama announced plans to propose new federal information security measures.
Let’s dive into the Visa issued security bulletin and identify the key points every merchant should know.
For cybersecurity professionals, it’s exciting to see our priorities receiving such prominent attention. We now look forward to potential federal actions on cybersecurity.
In this article, we’re going to talk about a PCI Data Security Standards (DSS) control related to POS systems: PCI Requirement 8.5.1. And this rule impacts third parties that provide support for merchants.
In this article, we’re going to take a look at two rules that impact the responsibilities of merchants and their service providers with version 3.0 of the PCI Data Security Standards (DSS).
In Version 3.0 of the PCI Data Security Standards (DSS), organizations with POS devices are required to “periodically inspect devices for signs of tampering or substitution.” This is PCI control 9.9.2.
How can businesses streamline the Report on Compliance process? As a Qualified Security Assessor, we’ve identified a handful of steps that make a PCI compliance audit run as smoothly as possible for merchants.