Does anyone know if AKA ver 2 protocol is PCI compliance?
Answer Question | April 9, 2012 5:08 PM
Requirement 1.4(b) asks if personal firewall software is not alterable by employee-owned computer users. If we allow employees to alter their personal firewall software settings, what other compensating controls could we implement in order to meet satisfy the objective of this requirement?
Answer Question | November 22, 2011 6:00 PM
Firewalls, PCI, PCI compliance, PCI Compliance and Acquisitions
If I want to run multiple VMs from my Windows 7 computer, I will need 6 NICs. How can I add 6 NICs to my machine? Are there ethernet banks or a single PCI card with lots of ports?
Answer Question | March 24, 2011 1:56 PM
NIC, NIC Ports, PCI, Virtual machine manager, Virtual Machines, Windows 7, Windows 7 Administration
i am trying to prepare a methodology on how to implement PCI-DSS.i prepared my scope but now i want to know what are the exact steps which one would have to follow to SHRINK OR MINIMIZE SCOPE. can someone help me. Thank you
Answer Question | June 6, 2011 7:57 PM
Data Security Program, PCI, PCI compliance, PCI DSS
I need to code a program that will confirm that certain TCP Servers such as TFTP are NOT started per PCI requirements as they are insecure
Answer Question | January 7, 2011 4:18 PM
PCI, TCP, TFTP, TFTP Server
We are going through a PCI audit and it was suggested that we implement NET Time on the AS400. How do I do that?
Answer Question | November 9, 2010 8:16 PM
AS/400, Auditing, iSeries, PCI, V5R4
How can I make a desktop wireless without a pci card? I have no available slots but I do have usb ports available and a Ethernet port. Is there some type of converter for this scenario? I can sacrifice the Ethernet (100/1000) for wireless.
Answer Question | August 17, 2010 8:06 PM
Ethernet, Ethernet Ports, PCI, USB, USB ports, Wifi, Wireless Configuration, Wireless in 2010
I have two identical hard disks in RAID1 array (no additional hard drives are available). There is a CD/DVD drive and USB. I need a solution for both Windows XP and Linux OS, but as single-OS, no dual booting. I’ve run into several hassles: Upgrading Linux kernel on a machine where one boots from [...]
Answer Question | June 18, 2010 3:58 PM
hard disk storage, Linux, PCI, RAID 1, Storage in 2010, Windows XP
I’ve been tasked with finding a low-overhead way of taking credit cards for a one-time event. Most people are hopefully paying in advance via PayPal, and I’m wondering if anyone has tried just setting up a laptop (monitored by an employee) to take credit card payments in person before? Any other suggestions? I know there’s [...]
Answer Question | April 8, 2010 4:33 PM
credit card security compliance, Credit cards, PCI, PCI compliance
Hi I just purchased a SPARKLE SF8855DT GeForce FX 5500 256MB 128-bit DDR AGP 4X/8X Video Card. I am 90% sure that all AGP video cards requires power coming from the power supply right? if so were is the connection on this card for the power supply and does should i assume i have that [...]
Answer Question | March 29, 2010 12:11 AM
agp, Card Slots, Graphics cards, PCI, PCI Express, Video, video card
What is the PCI Simple Communications Controller used for?
Answer Question | March 19, 2011 11:05 PM
PCI, PCI Controller, PCI Simple Communications Controller
We’re trying to comply with the Payment Card Industry’s PCI DSS requirements. We have a home-grown ERP system running on an IBM iSeries computer that stores and processes credit cards taken over the phone and by mail. We also have a website hosted on another iSeries computer. The site uses a Websphere Commerce v. 6 [...]
Answer Question | November 12, 2009 12:43 PM
Compliance, iSeries, PCI, WebSphere Commerce