Tagged as: #PCIDSS

07 Aug
2018

What the 2018 PCI DSS 3.2.1 Updates Mean for Your Organization

What the 2018 PCI DSS 3.2.1 Updates Mean for Your Organization The PCI Security Standards Council (SSC) introduced a few updates this year to the PCI DSS (PCI Data Security Standard). Although most of the updates are minor, there are issues that will impact how your organization achieves PCI compliance.

20 Jul
2018

Three Takeaways from PCI London 2018

Three Takeaways from PCI London 2018 The latest PCI London event was held on July 5th, 2018 and featured a number of payment card industry experts along with a host of vendors providing PCI compliance and security solutions. TokenEx had the privilege of participating as an Education Seminar Sponsor, affording

23 Feb
2018

Utilizing the PCI DSS and NIST Regulations to Prepare for the GDPR

Utilizing the PCI DSS and NIST Regulations to Prepare for the GDPR Data privacy and data security are among the biggest and increasingly complex challenges facing organizations today. Most organizations are attempting to deal with these challenges against a backdrop of international data transfers and data processing, while trying to

01 Jun
2017

The Advantage of Leveraging Load Balancers with Cloud-based Tokenization

The Advantage of Leveraging Load Balancers with Cloud-based Tokenization If you are handling any type of sensitive data, like payment card data (PCI) or Personally Identifiable Data (PII), and you’re not tokenizing this data outside of your environment currently, then you have some opportunity to strengthen your risk posture.  We

01 Dec
2014

Retailers Get Ready – The Impact of EMV

Retailers Get Ready – The Impact of EMV If you’ve read any payment or retailer focused articles lately, you know that the upcoming EMV liability shifts promises to be one of the most significant issues facing retailers in 2015 if not the decade. Retailers are understandably hesitant to foot the

13 Nov
2014

Under The Hood – EMV as a Technology

Under The Hood – EMV as a Technology EMV jointly created by Euro Pay, MasterCard, and Visa is a security standard for payment cards, sometimes referred to as "chip and PIN," "chip and signature," or simply “Chip Technology.” Its purpose is to establish global interoperability with Point Of Sale terminals and ATMs