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As another large U.S. retailer – this time restaurant chain P.F. Changs – suffers the impact of a data breach, results of a survey released Thursday show that consumers are firmly holding retailers responsible at a rate nearly that of … Continue reading
Yesterday, I blogged about the new PCI DSS 3.0 document that contains a number of clarifications, additional guidance and evolving (new) requirements. The part I’m going to focus on is the evolving requirements, as they represent the changes that ensure … Continue reading
The new PCI DSS 3.0 document contains a number of clarifications, additional guidance and evolving requirements, according to how the PCI SSC refers to the changes. The part I’m going to focus on is the evolving requirements, as they represent … Continue reading
Our online guides to information security (infosec) and compliance are scattered across our website and blog, but here’s a roundup of our best and most relevant resources that relate to this year’s Detroit SecureWorld security and compliance sessions, tomorrow and … Continue reading
Adobe was hit with a data breach last week that compromised their source code of several products, including Adobe Acrobat, ColdFusion Builder and other Adobe products. Hackers also accessed and removed 2.9 million customers’ data, including names, encrypted credit/debit card … Continue reading
SearchSecurity.TechTarget.com recently reported on the PCI SSC (Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council) and their first annual PCI Community Meeting to discuss the changes made in PCI DSS 3.0 that affects merchants, ecommerce and retailers that deal with credit cardholder … Continue reading
A few major takeaways from Trustwave’s 2013 Global Security Report reveal that the retail industry was at the top of data breach investigations at 45 percent. A total of 96 percent of customer records (payment card data, PII (personally identifiable … Continue reading
InternetRetailer.com recently reported that ecommerce sales have increased to 18.4 percent, as estimated by the U.S. Commerce Department in Q2, bringing online sales back to their pre-recession growth rates. Comparing Q2 2013 to Q2 2012, ecommerce sales rose to $65 … Continue reading
Last month Jeremy King, the European Director for the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) had an interview with BankInfoSecurity.com, in order to address pain points they encounter as they continue to shape the Payment Card Industry Data … Continue reading
Recently, Nasdaq.com reported on hackers that gained access to more than a dozen major global payment processor, retailer and financial institutions’ systems, including NASDAQ (trading platform unaffected), 7-Eleven, JC Penney, Heartland Payment Systems, Visa Jordan, Global Payment, JetBlue, Dow Jones … Continue reading