PCI Requirement 3
Protect Stored Cardholder Data
Welcome to PCI Requirement 3. Does your organization store cardholder data? If so, you’re in right place to start learning how to appropriately protect and store cardholder data. PCI Requirement 3 gives organizations an opportunity to consider which retained data is required and which is becoming a liability for your organization. So how do you protect the stored cardholder data that is vital to your business?
In these video resources, you will learn about implementing encryption, truncation, masking, and hashing – all methods that can be used to protect and store cardholder data. We will also discuss dual control, split knowledge, rendering data unreadable, key-custodians, PAN, sensitive authentication data – all elements that need to be understood in order to fully protect and store cardholder data. Click on a video below to get started with PCI Requirement 3.