Most data breaches are the result of the what could be considered “self inflicted wounds”. The event can often be traced back to  insecure remote access, weak passwords and unpatched or outdated software programs. The PCI Security Standards Council has recognized your pain and is working to help merchants navigate those challenges.

For more info on the latest efforts, check out this announcement:

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180314005590/en/PCI-Security-Standards-Council-Announces-Qualified-Integrators

 

March 14, 2018

Data Breach! Help for Self Inflicted Wounds

Most data breaches are the result of the what could be considered “self inflicted wounds”. The event can often be traced back to  insecure remote access, […]
February 26, 2018

The Rx for Healthcare Payments Security

To all those Healthcare providers who handle some of our most sensitive date, please heed the call.  Often, the credit card payments portion of your business […]
February 6, 2018

A bulletin from VISA regarding eCommerce Malware

To help merchants combat fraud resulting from these global and persistent attacks, Visa is providing guidance and best practices for merchants to help secure their online […]
February 6, 2018

Pay-at-the-Table

This has been in place for some time in Europe and other markets where EMV had adoption previous to the US.   This technology allows for […]