• Understanding security in the cloud

    This collection of cloud security tips covers everything from securing Platform as a Service and Software as a Service to attaining PCI DSS compliance in the cloud.

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  • What Apple Pay tokenization means for PCI DSS compliance

    Tokenization is a key technology underlying Apple Pay, promising to boost payment data security. Mike Chapple examines how Apple Pay's tokenization system works, and whether it will provide any PCI DSS compliance relief.

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  • Has your organization struggled with PC DSS compliance and Requirement 2?

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  • Why PCI non-compliance is a problem for many

    PCI DSS requirement 2 specifies companies must change vendor-supplied default passwords, but only 50% were in compliance. Expert Mike Chapple explains why.

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  • Selling online? A guide to complying with the PCI

    PCI-DSS compliance can leave retailers confused about how best to approach this daunting task. What is it they actually need to do?

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  • Open source PCI DSS: A strategy for cheaper, easier PCI compliance

    Could open source security software solve PCI DSS compliance problems? Mike Chapple looks at how open source technologies can meet compliance needs.

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  • PCI DSS compliant cloud providers: No PCI panacea

    Organizations shouldn’t expect a PCI-validated cloud provider to relieve them of their PCI obligations, security experts say.

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  • Beyond PCI: Out-of-band security tips for credit card data protection

    Securing credit card data -- both online and at brick-and-mortar stores -- requires security measures beyond those mandated by PCI DSS. Expert Philip Alexander outlines six out-of-band security controls to consider.

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  • Employee information awareness training: PCI policy templates

    To comply with PCI DSS -- and keep cardholder data secure -- organisations must train their employees on data handling best practices. This tip explains how.

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  • PCI DSS merchant levels

    Merchant levels are used by the payment card industry (PCI) to determine risk levels and determine the appropriate level of security for their businesses. Specifically, merchant levels determine the amount of assessment and security validation that is required for the merchant to pass PCI DSS...

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