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Monthly Archives: December 2011

What Do I Do After My Data Security Has Been Breached? – Part VI

the preliminary forensic investigation report must be provided to the card associations within five business days of the onsite inspection Continue reading

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Understanding PCI Compliance Can Prevent Costly Service Provider Changes

Before the merchant knows that they’re being scammed it’s frequently already too late. Continue reading

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What Do I Do After My Data Security Has Been Breached? – Part V

If your business isn’t PCI compliant, you are playing with fire. Continue reading

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What Do I Do After My Data Security Has Been Breached? – Part IV

The expense of such all such investigative costs with be assessed to the merchant in addition to applicable fines. Continue reading

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What Do I Do After My Data Security Has Been Breached? – Part III

If you are not PCI compliant at the time of the breach, there may be other industry fines and sanctions to consider. Continue reading

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