If there is one thing I hate about driving and openly avoid, it is the left turn. Having been in two major car accidents, both of which included left turn scenarios (neither of them my fault), I have good reason to feel the way I do. It turns out there are many others that agree with me.
Security is something you do continuously and diligently; not something you check off on a "to do" list and then sit back and relax.
All of the changes fall under the category of "clarification" where the Council attempted to provide more complete explanations of the intent or spirit of the requirements, particularly with regard to key management.
The payment card industry (PCI) is fighting recurring data breaches worldwide that affect credit card issuers, organizations and merchants. Small and medium size businesses are most vulnerable leading Payscout to team up with Protocol, a data security company, to fight the breaches together...Continue reading
Legislation introduced in the Senate would require publicly traded companies to disclose to regulators whether any members of their boards of directors have cybersecurity expertise...Continue reading
During incident response, a team of security specialists needs to follow the artefacts that attackers have left in the network. Artefacts are stored in logs, memories and hard drives...Continue reading
Simple guidance for understanding the risk to small businesses, security basics to protect against payment data theft, and where to go for help.
Real-life visuals to help identify what type of payment system small businesses use, the kinds of risks associated with their system, and actions they can take to protect it.
A list of the common vendors small businesses rely on and specific questions to ask them to make sure they are protecting customer payment data.
Easy-to-understand explanations of technical terms used in payment security. For more PCI payment protection resources for small business click here