• Compliance year in review: PCI DSS progress, yet confusion abounds

    For compliance specialists, 2007 has brought massive data security breaches and PCI DSS headaches. What can corporations learn from the past 12 months? In this tip, security management expert Mike Rothman looks back at of the key compliance events of 2007, and examines what security professionals...

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  • Web scanning and reporting best practices

    Implementing a solid Web scanning routine is a key way to avoid corporate Web application attacks. And with industry requirements such as PCI DSS, performing vulnerability scans are also required to stay compliant. In this tip, contributor Joel Dubin discusses what goes into a Web scan, what should...

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  • PCI Data Security Standard: Swiping back

    With the goal of reducing fraud, the credit card associations' PCI standard scores points for clarity.

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  • How to adapt to latest EU data breach notification requirement changes

    For companies worried about the latest EU data breach notification requirements, expert Mike Chapple says to look to the PCI DSS framework.

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  • How to avoid PCI DSS service provider requirements using tokenization

    Expert Mike Chapple explains why an organization storing tokens for clients may no longer be subject to PCI DSS service provider requirements.

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  • The effects of PCI DSS, compliance requirements on the security industry

    Paul Judge of Barracuda Networks and Joshua Corman of the 451 Group discuss whether compliance hinders the creation of innovative security technologies.

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  • Verizon PCI report finds firms struggling to maintain compliance

    Many businesses struggle to maintain PCI DSS compliance, suggesting meeting the standard is a goal rather than an ongoing initiative, according to a new report from Verizon Business.

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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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  • PCI DSS 2.0 and virtualization compliance for SMBs

    PCI DSS 2.0, which debuts this month, includes key changes for SMBs in the areas of virtualization and vulnerability assessments. Expert Mike Chapple details the changes and explains what midmarket firms must do to comply.

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  • How to achieve PCI DSS compliance in a midmarket business

    Learn about PCI DSS compliance for a midmarket business, including the standard's six areas of focus and how to document your organization's compliance.

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