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  • Ramon Krikken on tokenization vs. encryption, PCI tokenization

    The Gartner IT1 research director discusses tokenization vs. encryption, PCI tokenization to reduce audit scope and lagging tokenization standards. 

  • PCI analysis: Wade Baker on Verizon PCI report findings

    In this video, Verizon's Director of Risk Wade Baker explains the company's PCI report and what it has to say about the state of the standard. 

  • PCI DSS Compliance: Debating the benefits, unintended consequences Part 1

    Is PCI DSS effective? Are there unintended consequences? Mike Dahn, head of PCI Compliance at Verizon and Joshua Corman, director of security research at the 451 Group discuss how PCI DSS has changed the security landscape. 

  • PCI DSS Compliance: Debating the benefits, unintended consequences Part 2

    Can critics of PCI DSS can get along with proponents of the standard? Gene Kim of Tripwire Inc. and Martin McKeay of Verizon, explain what can be learned by studying the effects of PCI DSS compliance. 

  • How to perform a third-party risk assessment for compliance

    Afraid of non-compliant business partners? Learn how to perform a third-party risk assessment to prevent non-compliance. 

  • Raising the bar on compliance success

    By now, most enterprises have established baselines for reporting on foundational IT controls. They've also leveraged control frameworks and resident technologies to assist in logging, auditing and reporting. The next milestone is to "raise the bar" ... 

  • PCI DSS 1.1: Strategies for compliance

    In this video, Diana Kelley and Ed Moyle of consultancy SecurityCurve discuss the changes that have taken place during the first two years PCI DSS has been in effect, and look forward to potential future changes. 

  • Re-evaluating QSA training

    Recently, the PCI QSA training process has come under scrutiny over the quality of individual PCI assessors. In part two of this interview, Bob Russo, General Manager of the PCI Security Standards Council, sheds light on changes to the training proce... 

  • The future of PCI DSS

    Bob Russo, General Manager of the PCI Security Standards Council, discusses upcoming changes to the PCI DSS, including what new changes might be mandated, and when they might go into effect. 

  • Managing third-party compliance

    In this podcast, special guest expert Richard Mackey offers tips on managing third-party compliance and risk.