Displaying items by tag: PCI DSS

COMPANY NEWS: Dubber, a leading global solution provider of unified call recording and conversational intelligence today launched Dubber PCI Comply for Amazon Connect. Dubber PCI Comply offers any business seeking to process credit card information a cost-effective and easy to deploy cloud-native solution to achieve efficient PCI DSS compliance for any communication modality on Amazon Connect, including contact centre, voice, IVR, and chat.

Published in Company News
Wednesday, 16 February 2022 14:14

Why automate those cloud apps – because hackers do

GUEST OPINION: Migrating to the cloud is no longer a forward looking trend: it's the industry mainstream, with about 70% of production applications running in the cloud. Clearly, cloud security is becoming synonymous with cybersecurity.

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Company News: Snowflake, the data cloud company, today announced it has completed an Information Security Registered Assessors Program (IRAP) assessment confirming that Snowflake's Data Cloud has achieved the Australian Government security status of 'Protected' on selected deployments.

Published in Government Tech
Wednesday, 13 November 2019 00:33

Payment security compliance in decline, says Verizon

Payment security compliance has declined for the second year in a row, with organisations based in the Americas lagging behind worldwide counterparts, including the Asia Pacific region, according to a new report from US telco Verizon which reveals that only 1 in 3 companies globally make the grade on compliance and just 1 in 5 in the Americas.

Published in Security

A report on card payment security issued by the US company Verizon has revealed that almost half the organisations surveyed for the 2017 report were not compliant with all the regulations laid down for secure transactions.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 09 December 2015 21:20

You need to understand the new PCI DSS requirements

If you handle money via credit/debt/EFTPOS/cards you need to comply with the demanding security requirements of the new Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) updated in April 2015.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 12:09

PCI a security risk from poor compliance

Too many businesses that use the PCI security standard put themselves at risk because of a failure to maintain ongoing compliance, says a new report.

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Friday, 24 May 2013 09:59

Put it on the slate mate

Ever left a credit card behind at a restaurant or pub? A new Aussie smartphone app called Clipp solves that.

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Saturday, 07 April 2012 17:53

Mark Goudie muses on data breaches

How are breaches detected and what should be done to assist the process?  Mark Goudie from Verizon offers some thoughts.

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At the end of yesterday's report, it was speculated that the Global Payments breach represented only part of the story.  This is becoming a strong probability.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 03 April 2012 00:04

10 million credit card hack, an update


Earlier reports of a breach involving 10 million credit cards were somewhat exaggerated - it was only 1.5 million.


Published in Security

BalaBit unveiled Reliable Log Transfer Protocol (RLTP)TM technology to help companies achieve 'Zero Message Loss' and comply with even the most stringent regulations. The syslog-ng trusted logging solution became the de-facto industry standard for logging within the last decade and is now used by 650 000 companies world-wide

Saturday, 31 December 2011 11:54

Full Stratfor user data released

Following news of the hack of the Stratfor site, the perpetrators have released extensive information on every subscriber (paid or otherwise) of Stratfor's on-line services.

Published in Security
Friday, 30 December 2011 01:05

Stratfor: Oh how the mighty are hacked

The security consultancy Stratfor has suffered an embarrassing hack.  If Anonymous is correct, the embarrassment may last some time to come.

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University researchers have found 98.8% of network switches are either inadequately patched or insecurely configured. To make matters worse, all of the organisations studied were subject to regular security audits from reputable firms!

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Symantec's latest "State of Enterprise Security Study" shows frequent, effective attacks on businesses around the world.

Published in Security
Friday, 12 February 2010 15:21

7Safe's Real-world study of security breaches

Based on 62 intrusion investigations undertaken by the company, 7Safe describes a number of common themes in their report.

Published in Security
Thursday, 14 January 2010 17:05

PCI compliance. Waypoint or process?

A recent survey of IT and security professionals clearly showed that companies are "far from confident in their organisation's ability to claim full PCI compliance at any point in time."

Published in Security
Recent reports of EFTPOS fraud in a number of McDonald's stores across Perth leave me somewhat perplexed regarding the protection of the payment system with the stores.

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