The Most Impactful Changes to PCI DSS v4.0

by Hannah Grace Holladay / April 3rd, 2023

Auditor Insights Webinar Recap The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a set of security standards established to protect credit and debit card transactions from fraud and data breaches. The standard is updated regularly to adapt to new security threats and changes in technology. Version 4.0 will be released and required by March 2025.  In this webinar hosted by PCI-expert Randy Bartels, we explore the most impactful…

Expert Insight: The Changes You Need to be Aware of for PCI DSS 4.0 

by Chaz Lively / March 2nd, 2023

Looking ahead to the looming PCI changes can feel intimidating, but when taken one step at a time, they may be more manageable than you think. There’s still some time before your organization has to completely adopt the PCI DSS 4.0 changes, but if you can start working toward the goal of switching over, your transition can be much smoother.    Here are a few of the big-picture changes that…

7 Steps of a PCI Audit

by Hannah Grace Holladay / February 27th, 2023

To protect the security of cardholder data, the PCI Security Standards Council requires organizations that work with payment cards to maintain compliance with the PCI DSS. If you’re an entity that stores, processes, or transmits cardholder data, you may be asking QSA firms, “How do you conduct a PCI audit?” A PCI audit is a rigorous examination of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, which consists of nearly 400…

What to Consider When Choosing Managed Cloud Security Services

by Hannah Grace Holladay / October 22nd, 2021

Cloud platforms make it easier for businesses to leverage complex technologies. Instead of buying, configuring, and managing a physical server, you deploy an instance of a server in the cloud. Instead of licensing, installing, and updating enterprise software, you deploy software for the time and purpose that you need through your provider. Cloud platforms provide many technical intricacies through a user interface, but sometimes how and what you should configure…

PCI DSS Compliance: What do PCI SAQ, AoC, and RoC Mean?

by Sarah Harvey / November 3rd, 2020

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, or PCI DSS, was established as a standard security requirement for all entities that store, process, or transmit cardholder data. PCI DSS compliance helps to demonstrate your security commitment and assure your clients that their cardholder data is protected. When you engage in a PCI DSS audit, you’re testing your organization’s systems and processes against 12 technical and operational requirements made up of…