• PCI Council issues long-awaited PCI tokenization compliance guidance

    PCI DSS tokenization can reduce the scope of a PCI assessment, according to new guidance issued Friday. One expert says it’s been a long time coming.

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  • Report: Companies still stumped by PCI DSS

    A VeriSign review of PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) assessments it conducted found that more than half were still stumbling on the path to compliance.

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  • PCI SSC finalizes PCI DSS 2.0

    Version 2.0 of PCI DSS will take effect in January and won't receive changes for three years.

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  • Does outsourcing to Amazon payment processing bring PCI DSS benefits?

    Expert Mike Chapple explains how some retailers can reduce their PCI DSS compliance burden by outsourcing credit card processing to Amazon.

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  • The history of the PCI DSS standard: A visual timeline

    The origins of the PCI Data Security Standard date back to the late 1990s. Explore key events in the history of PCI DSS, from Y2K to PCI DSS 3.0.

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  • Requirements for a PCI-compliant Web hosting company

    Expert Mike Chapple offers insight on how to maintain PCI DSS compliance when outsourcing Web hosting to a PCI-compliant provider.

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  • Cybersecurity hearing highlights inadequacy of PCI DSS

    Lawmakers call the PCI standard lacking and seek significant improvements to the payment processing infrastructure to enhance security.

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  • First Data security chief calls for PCI DSS changes

    Phil Mellinger, CISO of credit card processing giant First Data Corp. is calling for changes to the standards to speed adoption, ease restrictions and eliminate ambiguous language.

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  • PCI DSS emergency: What to do if you’re (very) late to the game

    The PCI DSS compliance deadline has already passed for top-tier merchants, and an even larger group of enterprises will face their deadline at the end of 2007. Still, there may be organizations that haven't put much effort into complying with PCI DSS. Is it too late? Mike Rothman offers a reality...

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  • PCI DSS Section 6: A plan for tackling application security

    Section 6 of the PCI DSS is currently a recommended "best practice," but in June 2008, corporations will be required to comply with the sections terms, which may leave some scrambling. In this tip, security expert Joel Dubin explains why its requirements are important and offers advice on how an...

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