Pci Dss: A Pocket Guide

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IT Governance Limited, 2008 - Business & Economics - 42 pages
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All businesses that accept payment cards are prey for hackers. When an attack is exposed - perhaps through a victim disputing fraudulent credit card charges - the target company will be exposed to a harsh and expensive set of repercussions. PCI DSS is designed to ensure that merchants are effectively protecting cardholder data. It recognises that not all merchants may have the technical understanding to identify for themselves the necessary steps and short-circuits to avoid danger. All merchants, and their service providers, should therefore ensure that they comply with PCI DSS, and that they stay compliant.

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Calder is a founder director of IT Governance Ltd.

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