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Five Steps for Maintaining PCI Compliance in the Cloud

If your organization plans to store, process or transmit payment card information via the cloud, compliance with the PCI DSS is of particular concern. This article covers five key points provided by the PCI Security Standards Council.

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Three Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Data Theft

In this article, we offer tips for companies to reduce the risk of data theft and keep IT systems and sensitive information protected from compromise.

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Top ways to protect your business against phishing attacks

In this article, we explore some countermeasures your company should take to fend off phishing. Here are some best practices an organization can implement to stop phishing or limit the impact of a successful phishing attempt.

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PODCAST: The Changing Face of Payment Card Security

Two major changes to the payment card industry data security standard earlier this year have given companies more time to adjust existing procedures for credit card safety.

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PODCAST: Tackling Data Breaches with LBMC’s Mark Burnette

A recent change in Tennessee state law will soon increase the burden for organizations holding sensitive personal data of a Tennessee resident.

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6 Myths About PCI Compliance Regulations

Let’s clear up six of the most common misconceptions – and get to the bottom of how PCI compliance regulations really work.

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Penetration Testing and PCI Compliance Requirements

Every organization subject to PCI DSS is required to an annual compliance demonstration and regular security tests. One of these tests is called a “penetration test,” and it offers some useful insight into how and why PCI DSS works.

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3 Ways to Reduce the Costs of PCI Compliance Regulations

We’ve identified three key ways for businesses to reduce the cost of PCI compliance while managing risk to an acceptable level.

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Developing a Formal Risk Assessment Process

The real objective of a risk assessment is to help management make well-informed decisions about security safeguards that should be in place in the company.

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PCI DSS Version 3.2: What You Need to Know

The PCI Council also announced the future release of PCI DSS 3.2, slated for release in 2016. Here’s an update on what to expect and when.