PCI DSS Compliance White Papers
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Being aware of Payment Card Industry–Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is essential when dealing with payment card transactions. Click on a link below to find out more about compliance, security, and how to safeguard against payment card fraud.
The PCI DSS security standard calls for a broad range of security measures, but beyond the use of firewalling, intrusion protection systems and anti-virus software, the understanding of the requirements and responsibilities of the merchant are very often poorly understood.
Any organization storing, processing or transmitting Primary Account Numbers (PAN) must comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard or PCI DSS.
Understanding the background, the objectives and the detailed requirements of the standard is still proving to be a challenge for thousands of organizations around the world. This whitepaper aims to give a basic backgrounder in traditional ‘101’ style.
The breach at Target has not just been big news within the Information Security community; it is worldwide headline news in all mainstream media outlets. This article looks at Brian Krebs’† excellent (as usual) investigation and analysis of the story so far from an NNT perspective.
The new and updated version of the PCI Data Security Standard is as much about refining and improving the protection afforded by the DSS as re-launching the standard and attempting to galvanize renewed focus onto PCI compliance.
Many organizations have still chosen to delay the implementation of their PCI program, being wary of the resource requirements necessary to manage PCI compliance.
PCI DSS Version 3.2 - This table lists the requirements of the PCI DSS Version 3.2 where NNT Change Tracker (file integrity monitor) and NNT Log Tracker (SIEM log analyzer) can provide a solution. Using NNT solutions alone will satisfy 30% of total PCI compliance requirements, but with typical implementation times of just a few hours.