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  • PCI Council hears complaints, suggestions for changes

    Companies with the most stringent security technologies endure hurdles to comply with PCI DSS. Some firms are turning to the upcoming Burton Group Catalyst Conference for answers. 

  • Log management push has its roots in compliance

    Log management is expected to be a hot topic at the upcoming Burton Group Catalyst Conference. Experts say log data can help organizations comply with numerous guidelines. 

  • Database authentication, encryption getting priority in some businesses

    While more organizations are seeking database authentication and encryption technologies, others are turning to database monitoring to secure data. 

  • PCI DSS: The standards should not be lowered

    Bob Russo, general manager of the PCI Security Standards Council explains that education is crucial to getting more merchants to comply with the standard. 

  • Bloggers not for easing PCI DSS

    This week in Security Blog Log: Heeding PCI DSS is hard, but most bloggers think it would be a mistake to dumb it down so more merchants can be in compliance. 

  • Experts: Easing standards like PCI DSS a bad idea

    Financial services practitioners say security standards like PCI DSS can be hard to heed, but that easing them would be a bad idea given the data fraud epidemic. 

  • First Data security chief calls for PCI DSS changes

    Phil Mellinger, CISO of credit card processing giant First Data Corp. is calling for changes to the standards to speed adoption, ease restrictions and eliminate ambiguous language. 

  • Meet the PCI DSS, avoid being the next TJX

    The seriousness of the TJX Cos. data breach became even more apparent last week, with the retail giant's admission that at least 45.7 million credit and debit cards were stolen by hackers who were able to penetrate the network over an extended period... 

  • PCI DSS auditors see lessons in TJX data breach

    Following the recent TJX data breach, several PCI Data Security Standard auditors say the retailer violated basic requirements of the PCI DSS. But they say there are lessons to be learned from TJX's mistakes. 

  • Vendor alliance wants PCI certification program

    Debuting this week at RSA, the Payment Card Industry Security Vendor Alliance will provide guidance to the industry and hopes to ultimately get a PCI certification program off the ground.