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PCI Secure Software Lifecycle (Secure SLC)

Introduction Ever since its formation in 2006, the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has been striving to increase the security of the payment solutions and protect merchants against...

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How to Go Beyond PCI Compliance to Secure Your Organization: Requirements 8-12

In the previous articles, we discussed the first seven PCI DSS requirements and how to go above what is required in order to increase security. In this article, we talk about the last five...

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How to Go Beyond PCI Compliance to Secure Your Organization: Requirements 4-7

In the previous article, we discussed how the payment processing works and the first three PCI requirements. In this post we will explore the next four PCI DSS requirements. Requirement 4:...

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How to Go Beyond PCI Compliance to Secure Your Organization: Requirements 1-3

In the first post of this series, we discussed the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), why it is important, and what the consequences are of being non-compliant. In...

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How to Go Beyond PCI Compliance to Secure Your Organization: Introduction

Introduction In 2000, the number of websites skyrocketed to 17 million, with more than 400 million internet users. Shortly after, a quickly increasing number of online stores came online....

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What Is PCI Compliance?

If your company accepts credit card payments, you should be familiar with PCI DSS compliance. You may also think that your company is so small or so few of your financial transactions...

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How Can Compliance Lead to Better Security?

Although compliance gets companies to a minimum standard (whether it is PCI-DSS, HIPAA/HITRUST, NIST 800-53, or ISO 27001), it does not necessarily guarantee security. Unfortunately,...

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