Who are your customers outsourcing their security to?
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Are your customers looking to outsource their security and compliance?

Security and compliance is a lot like having to do taxes, it’s a chore. Most businesses understand that it is important to be secure and compliant, but the complexity and time that it can take can indeed be off putting. In fact some businesses turn to accountants to look after their compliance with standards such […]

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Timelines set for EU Directive on Network and Information Security
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Timelines set for EU Directive on Network and Information Security

By Natasja Bolton, Senior Acquirer Support QSA In our recent data breach article, we discussed the need for businesses to consider both their Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and legal obligations when planning for security incidents and data breach reporting. In this article we discuss the recently published EU directive on Network […]

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PCI DSS compliance - Achieving and maintaining it
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PCI DSS compliance – Achieving and maintaining it

Businesses that accept payment cards are required to be Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliant. Compliance is mandatory for any business that accepts payment cards. Even if a business only takes payment over the phone, uses a third party for all payment processing services and doesn’t retain any cardholder data, PCI DSS […]

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What is PCI DSS?
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What is PCI DSS?

Natasja Bolton, Consulting Manager   Founded in December 2004 by 5 major card brands – Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover and JCB. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard or PCI DSS for short is a compliance standard that defines data security requirements relating to the processing, storage or transmission of cardholder data.   In 2006, the card […]

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