The PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC), which oversees the PCI (Payment Card Industry) Data Security Standard that card-accepting retailers must follow, today announced that nominations for election to the 2011-2013 PCI SSC board of advisors are now being accepted
Amazon Web Services LLC AWS, a subsidiary of Amazon.com recently announced it has achieved Level 1 compliance with the Payment Card Industry PCI Data Security Standard DSS. Merchants and other service providers can now run their applications on AWS PCI-compliant technology infrastructure to store, process and transmit credit card information in the cloud. Customers can use AWS cloud infrastructure
HyTrust, Cisco, VMware, Savvis and Coalfire Outline Configuration Guidelines to Meet the New Requirements Following Publication of New Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard
This article is the first in a short series designed to help small businesses understand the regulations around securing credit card transactions, specifically the PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry’s Data Security Standard) requirements.
The Payment Card Industry’s Security Standards Council may be doing a good job helping lock down larger retailers, but the smaller “Mom and Pop” merchants are becoming the new targets of cyber criminals, says a PCI expert.
Merchants are most likely to remain compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards and avoid data breaches if they adopt security as a “lifestyle,” according to a study released earlier this week by Verizon Business. Verizon Business provides audits and other PCI-related services.
Small business ecommerce site owners cannot afford to slack off when it comes to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Its strict security requirements make being PCI compliant challenging for small retailers, but PCI DSS is a standard that all organizations must follow when storing, processing and transmitting its customer’s credit card data.
One of the easiest ways to be PCI-compliant is to outsource payment processing and work with a payment provider who has the experience, systems and security in place that meets the PCI DSS standard. By outsourcing PCI compliance you basically remove the PCI burden from your small business to a trusted provider.
Visa today announced global industry best practices for payment application vendors, integrators and resellers that implement, install or manage payment-related systems on behalf of merchants. The best practices developed by Visa in collaboration with the SANS Institute are designed to complement the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS).
It’s going to be called the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard 2.0, and the full-blown text of this upcoming standard that governs how businesses must guard sensitive cardholder information on their networks will be out at the beginning of September, according to the organization in charge of it.
With every company reliant on software to run its business, an alarming rise in data breach incidents across industries, but especially credit card processing, means application security is becoming an increasingly critical part of any organisation’s overall IT security strategy. For organisations that store, transmit or process credit card information, it is vital as they must be able to demonstrate compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS).