Posts Tagged ‘PCI DSS’

4 Drivers For PCI DSS Compliance

Friday, September 28th, 2007

September 30 (why’d they pick a Sunday?) marks the compliance date for Level 1 organizations to be in compliance with PCI DSS.
Last week I had a nice conversation with Joe Lindstrom from Symantec about the deadline that will fall over this weekend.


SMB PCI DSS Issues at the State Fair

Thursday, August 16th, 2007

Yesterday I was at the Iowa State Fair literally all day; from 8am to around 8:30pm. Despite the 95 degree extremely humid weather it was such a fun day! The cloudy skies and nice breezes helped a lot. We didn’t get to probably half of the exhibits and activities. And I was *VERY* disappointed I didn’t see any of the at least 4 presidential hopefuls who were on the grounds; the place is so big I guess we were always in the wrong place at the right time.


Boiling Down PCI DSS Compliance; It’s Really Just Common Sense Information Security

Wednesday, August 8th, 2007

I subscribe to many (sometimes I think too many) assorted email newsletters that cover a wide range of compliance issues. One came through today from the IT Compliance Institute with the subject line, “PCI fails, Fidelity breach, death by upgrade, more‚Ķ”
PCI fails? Sounded interesting so I went to their story about it.
(Title corrected on 8/9; thanks Grit!)


Retail Locations Have Unique Challenges With PCI DSS Compliance

Friday, July 27th, 2007

I’ve been intrigued lately with PCI DSS compliance. It has all retailers on edge, has multiple vendors drooling, and has spawned new laws and bills, such as in Minnesota and Texas. I’ve had interesting discussions about it with those who process credit card payments, and I’ve been doing some research into the various issues.