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PCI DSS Version 4.0 – A Guide to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard

PCI DSS Version 4.0 – A Guide to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard

SKU: 6071
Authors: Stephen Hancock
Publishers: ITGP
Format: e-book
ISBN13: 9781787785083
Pages: 70
Published: 27 Feb 2024
Availability: Available
Format: ePub
ISBN13: 9781787785090
Pages: 70
Published: 27 Feb 2024
Availability: Available

The PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) is at v4.0. The withdrawal date for v3.2.1 is March 31 2024. Many organizations around the world – particularly those that fall below the top tier of payment card transaction volumes – are not yet compliant with the latest version.

This book:

  • Explains the fundamental concepts of PCI DSS v4.0
  • Is a perfect quick reference guide for PCI professionals, or a handy introduction for new staff
  • Covers the consequences of a data breach
  • Describes how to comply with the Standard, giving practical insights

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Price: $21.99

An ideal introduction to PCI DSS v4.0

Organizations that accept payment cards are prey for criminal hackers trying to steal financial information and commit identity fraud. Many attacks are highly automated, using increasingly sophisticated tools and techniques to search for website and payment card system vulnerabilities remotely. When a vulnerability is discovered, an attack can start – with the management and staff of the target organization unaware of what is going on.

The PCI DSS exists to ensure that organizations process credit and debit card payments in a way that effectively protects cardholder data.

This guide will help you understand:

  • How you can comply with the requirements of the Standard
  • How certification to ISO 27001:2022 can help with PCI DSS implementation
  • PTS (PIN Transaction Security)
  • P2PE (Point-to-point encryption)

Buy this guide and start your PCI DSS implementation journey today!

About the author

Stephen Hancock

Stephen Hancock is a highly experienced cybersecurity consultant and auditor. He has been a PCI Qualified Security Assessor for more than ten years. He has advised on the PCI DSS and conducted assessments and conducted assessments for clients all over the world, ranging from multinational retailers to start-up fintech organizations and payment service providers. Stephen has been involved in developing and delivering training courses for the PCI DSS and ISO 27001, and holds a number of information security qualifications.

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