PCI Requirement 4
Encrypt Transmission of Cardholder Data Across Open, Public Networks
Welcome to PCI Requirement 4. The culture we live in revolves around satellite technology, cell phones/GSM, Bluetooth, laptops, wireless Internet, and more. We may consider these things private, but the PCI DSS deems them to be public. PCI Requirement 4 helps prevent organizations from being a target of malicious individuals who exploit vulnerabilities in misconfigured or weakened wireless networks. To comply with PCI Requirement 4, sensitive data that your organization transmits over open, public networks must be encrypted.
In these videos, you will learn about cryptography, security protocols, authentication, and unprotected PANs related to the transmission of card holder data. Click on a vide below to get started with PCI Requirement 4.