PCI DSS Compliance Blog
Read the latest news, developments and opinion pieces on IT security and compliance from industry experts New Net Technologies.
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BCH Digital, an established provider of IVR-based call management services, is using New Net Technologies' (NNT) Change Tracker Enterprise solution to ensure the compliance of its telephone card payment service with the stringent Level 1 Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS).
Three new breaches reported this week show that the cyber security threat is relentlessly punishing organizations with security weaknesses, but what should other organizations do to prevent themselves falling victim to similar breaches?
Read New Net Technologies CTO Mark Kedgley’s letter to the editor in the latest issue of Retail Technology.
Moonpig, the personalized greetings card giant, has ceased transactions through its mobile apps after a concerned cyber-security expert exposed a site vulnerability which endangered the financial details of its 3.6 million customers.
Analysis on Retail Sector Attacks in 2014 reveals some worrying trends and raises questions as to whether the PCI DSS V3 has adapted enough to provide sufficient protection.
Another suspected POS breach involving card data theft at Chick-fil-A restaurants. Up to 9,000 card numbers have been reported stolen. Did the PCI DSS V3 fail or were PCI requirements missed?
Back in October news of the breach at Staples stores first broke and now more details have been reported by the office supplies store chain.
Two separate news items combine to reinforce the unavoidable reality for retailers - if you do not start taking your payment card security seriously, you will be breached.
It is a year since Target failed to spot a piece of malware and lost the personal information of over 70 million customers and over 40 million payment card numbers.
Research from IntelCrawler reveals electronic kiosks and ticketing systems, typically for public transport systems, are being targeted by the “d4re|dev1|” malware.