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April 18, 2016

PCI DSS Revision & DSS 3.2

On April 15, 2015, the PCI Security Standards Council (SSC) published PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) Version 3.1 and supporting guidance. In December, 2015, a further update was made to extend this deadline to June 2018. This extension only applies to merchants & Mitigation & Migration Plans are still required.

DSS 3.2 will still require the Mitigation & Migration Plans. You are not required to provide these plans to your ASV, only your assessor. For any SSL or early-TLS dispute, you can simply state you have these plans in place.

Where can you get more information on DSS 3.1?

PCI DSS 3.2 - What to Expect

Watch Coalfire CEO Larry Jones discuss the need for increased cybersecurity on CNBC Squawk Box

Did You Know?

  • Per PCI guidelines, disputes can be accepted for a period no longer than 90 days. With Navis' Disputes by Vulnerability option, you can lighten the load of disputes from quarter to quarter.

  • Timely dispute response. You'll receive dispute acceptance or rejection notification within 5 business days of submission. Rejected disputes will be accompanied by a detailed written explanation by a Navis representative.

  • Navis is now CoalfireOne. Along with a fresh new look, CoalfireOne will have a more intuitive, user-friendly design, not to mention new features and improved performance and capabilities. Stay tuned!

Have a question about CoalfireOne?

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CoalfireOne℠ Overview

Coalfire's CoalfireOne℠ SaaS solutions provide the testing, scanning, documentation, reporting tools, and auditor support you need to effectively maintain organization compliance while ensuring protection from data breaches.
 

CoalfireOne services include:

  • PCI
  • Internal/External Scanning
  • HIPAA
  • Financial Services
  • Risk Management

"With PCI DSS 3.1 and supporting guidance we are arming organizations with a pragmatic, risk-based approach to addressing the vulnerabilities within the SSL protocol that can put payment data at risk.”

STEPHEN W. ORFEI
PCI SSC General Manager

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