A rapidly changing payment landscape is only making it more difficult for governments to procure and improve electronic payment solutions.
As we have just seen with the Equifax data breach that affects over 140 million people, hackers are capable of pouncing on any data security weakness. And while cyber crimes tend to draw the biggest headlines because of their frequency and magnitude, there are other vulnerabilities that criminals seek to exploit.
Protecting cardholder data is no small task and breaches are costly.
In Part I of our three-part PCI compliance blog series, you found out just how risky ecommerce security is these days. In Part II, we highlighted the complexities and costliness of PCI compliance. In this third and final installment, discover how you can reduce your PCI scope and costs while ensuring compliance.
Payment security is a burgeoning problem. With it comes a host of issues and tighter, more complex and costly Payment Card Industry (PCI) regulations. It’s a necessary evil that every business – large or small – needs to implement. In this second blog of our three-part series, find out more about the true costs of PCI Compliance and which PCI 3.0 security standards are proving to be the most challenging to implement.
It’s become a part of our daily vernacular: data breach. No one seems immune to it. Not the Federal Government or the individual. Many businesses feel like they’ve got targets on their backs too. In this first of a three-blog series, we’ll highlight the fast-growing security risks to ecommerce organizations, and why you shouldn’t disregard the security of even your most mundane tasks.