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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Why Do I Need To Be PCI Compliant?

Following the procedures and security measures outlined in the PCI compliance guidelines will both protect the safety of your computer network and spare you certain liabilities in the event of a data breach. Continue reading

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Fraud Never Sleeps

In a 2010 survey of over 4000 card holders, it was found that almost one-third of them had been a victim of some type of credit card fraud in the past five years. Continue reading

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Hackers Remotely Insert Malicious Data Collection Software

Even merchants that strictly follow the requirements of the PCI DSS and properly maintain their PCI compliance will be virtually unable to detect fraud if they process a stolen card number prior to the issuer cancelling that account number. Continue reading

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New Threat Determined to Data Security: Photocopier Hard Drives

Stored images may be accessible long after scanning or copying the document. Continue reading

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Are The Businesses You Work With PCI Compliant Too?

The integrity of the entire payment system depends on all merchants, processors and consumers being vigilant and thoughtful. Continue reading

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