Tag Archives: PCI Security Standards Council

Tokenization 101

I just returned from the PCI Security Standards Council .  It was great to spend a couple of days talking tech and trends with other security experts. The hottest trend this year in the payment security industry is “tokenization”.   This technology lifts credit card numbers from sets of data and […]

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PCI DSS Changes Applicable to File Transfer Announced

Today, the PCI Security Standards Council announced several changes to the PCI DSS standard that directly apply to file transfer applications.  These include: Adding references to SSH as as a secure protocol (SSL/TLS was already mentioned). Explicit consideration of virtual machines and virtualization hypervisors as “in scope” during PCI audits. […]

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PCI DSS the Brain

Ipswitch’s Jonathan Lampe will be attending this week’s PCI Security Standards Council Community Meeting in Orlando, FL.  He’ll be blogging from the event to keep us updated on discussions about the new PCI DSS 2.0 and other key Council initiatives. As part of their ongoing mission, The PCI Security Standards […]

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