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    In a sneak preview of its 2015 PCI Compliance Report, Verizon says improper firewall maintenance is among the leading causes of PCI DSS compliance failures.

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  • How AWS PCI compliance affects enterprise PCI compliance

    Before deploying an AWS infrastructure, it is critical to understand how it will affect enterprise PCI compliance. Expert Rob Shapland discusses key factors to consider.

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  • How has an AWS deployment affected PCI compliance in your enterprise?

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  • Will Chip and PIN technology boost payment card transaction security?

    Visa and MasterCard are putting pressure on merchants to implement Chip and PIN technology, and while it will improve transaction security, it won't make PCI compliance any easier.

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  • Is PCI DSS compliance required?

    PCI DSS compliance has little bearing on customer retention, so is it worth the effort? Mike Chapple explains why companies must comply with PCI DSS.

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  • Verizon PCI report: Pen testing, passwords cause PCI assessment gaffes

    In its 2014 PCI Compliance Report, Verizon says that during a three-year period, fewer than one out of every nine companies passed all 12 requirements.

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  • PCI compliance requirement 1: Firewalls

    PCI experts Diana Kelley and Ed Moyle review Requirement 1 of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, which includes a mandate for stateful inspection firewalls.

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  • PCI compliance requirement 5: Antivirus

    Diana Kelley and Ed Moyle of Security Curve review PCI compliance requirement 5: "Use and regularly update antivirus software."

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  • PCI 3.0 changes: A PCI compliance requirements checklist for 2015

    In this presentation, compliance expert Nancy Rodriguez offers a line-by-line review of the key PCI DSS changes that become mandatory as of Jan. 1, 2015.

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  • PCI audit conflict of interest problems persist

    Discussing the state of PCI DSS compliance, Gartner's Avivah Litan says the industry still struggles with PCI auditors who both identify PCI problems and sell remediation services to fix them, causing a conflict of interest.

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