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Target dates for compliance with the PCI DSS itself have all long since passed. Many organisations – particularly those that fall below the top tier of payment card transaction volumes – are not yet compliant.
This handy pocket guide will provide you with all the information you would need when dealing with the PCI DSS.
Attacks are highly automated, seeking out website and payment card system vulnerabilities
All businesses that accept payment cards are prey for hackers and criminal gangs that seek to steal payment card and individual identity details. Many attacks are highly automated, seeking out website and payment card system vulnerabilities remotely, using increasingly sophisticated tools and techniques. When a vulnerability is discovered, an attack can start – without management or staff of the target company having any awareness of what is going on.
PCI DSS is designed to ensure that merchants are effectively protecting cardholder data. It recognises that not all merchants may have the technical understanding to identify for themselves the necessary steps and short-circuits to avoid danger. All merchants, and their service providers, should therefore ensure that they comply with PCI DSS, and that they stay compliant.
Key features of this pocket guide:
- Overview of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard V2.0
- Who needs to be PCI compliant
- Consequences of a breach
- How do you comply with the standard
- PCI self-assessment questionnaire (SAQ) – including the new SAQ C-VT
- Procedures and Qualifications
- Overview of the Payment Application Data Security Standard
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Authors: Alan Calder & Nicki Carter
Publisher: IT Governance Publishing Ltd
Format: Soft Cover
Published Date: 16 February 2011
Availability: In Stock