PCI Community Meeting Keynote
September 10, 2014, philip Wang,
Admiral James Stavridis delivered this morning’s PCI Community Meeting keynote presentation, ‘Sailing the Cyber Sea: The New Realities of 21st Century Security’ to an engaged and near-capacity crowd. Admiral Stavridis, a four-star admiral and former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, touched briefly on PCI compliance but spoke mainly about cybersecurity as a whole.
Forensics Session Takeaways from Day 2
September 10, 2014, Michael Pyle,
Day two of the PCI Community Meeting presented an array of security topics ranging from best practices, EMV, security awareness, and more. I had the pleasure of sitting in on a forensics presentation, which leveraged information from a variety of industry leaders and provided valuable insight into cybercriminal organizations.
PCI Community Meeting - EMV Chip Update
September 10, 2014, Michael Matteo, Regional Sales Manager
Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director, EMV Migration Forum (EMF), presented the EMV Chip Update today at Day Two of the PCI Community Meeting. The session provided attendees with insights into the EMV chip migration process in the U.S. and how this impacts PCI security efforts. Read more
Apple Pay: A New Way to Pay
September 09, 2014, Matt Getzelman, PCI Practice Director
Every September, Apple announces exciting new products that promise to change how we interact with not only our devices, but with the world around us. 2014 has been no exception; in San Francisco this morning, Apple announced the iPhone 6, Apple Watch and Apple Pay. Even though I’m excited about the capabilities and features of the iPhone 6 and Apple Watch, I’ll leave those blog posts to the consumer phone experts.
Keeping your restaurant & hospitality Cardholder Data Environment safe
August 12, 2014, Marvin Sandoval, Sales Associate
Reports of new credit card data breaches seem to be in the news daily. Recent high profile breaches within major retailers this year should serve as a wake-up call to the restaurant and hospitality industries. As a result of having high volumes of credit card transactions and decentralized security practices, criminal organizations have put the restaurant and hospitality industry squarely in their sights. The track data used in U.S magnetic-Stripe cards are still among the most valuable commodities on the black market as it allows criminal organizations to clone cards and quickly exploit them for highest possible financial gain.