PCI: Comply to Survive; Exceed to Prosper

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It's all mandatory. Nothing is voluntary. The rule is if you store, process, or transmit credit card data you must be compliant with the PCI standards. And that's a global rule.

In this podcast, security experts will engage in a lively discussion about PCI Compliance and how the planned publication date of PCI DSS and PA DSS version 3.0 will effect security teams within organizations.  Join us to better understand what incremental requirements are included, when your organization must adopt them.

The PCI security standard dates back to mid 2005 when the major payment card brands came together to require organizations processing credit or debit cards transactions to make improvements to their IT security systems or face severe penalties if their failure to do so resulted in a network security breach and cardholder data loss. Yet to this day, payment card data is still the number one target of attackers and the universal currency of the cybercrime marketplace, leading to numerous questions and issues about the  effectiveness of PCI. Don't miss what's sure to be an insightful look back and prognostication of what's ahead for payment card industry participants within today's network environments as we witness the meteoric acceptance of mobile devices and social media technologies.

Download the new whitepaper "Exceeding PCI compliance requirements" here https://www.ibm.com/services/forms/signup.do?source=swg-WW_Security_Organic&S_PKG=ov18649 

Also covered in this podcast:

POS, Payment Card Data, PCI DSS 3.0, ibm, security, x-force, qradar, security intelligence, siem, identity and access management, infosphere, guardium, websphere, datapower, key lifecycle manager, vulnerability manager, endpoint manager, intrusion

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