PCI DSS 3.1 is scheduled to become effective as of June 30, 2016, and includes several changes - and challenges for retailers. The most notable changes include:
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•PCI DSS applies to any organization that store, process or transmit account data (credit card data);
•Older versions of SSL are no longer regarded as a secure technology and, therefore, no longer can be used as a security control;
•Passwords must be changed at least once every 90 days.
These changes can be seen as a mandate for organizations to reinforce their level of compliance. But Tim Brown of Dell argues that becoming compliant should, in fact, be a result of your security program, not an end in and of itself. All data that falls under PCI DSS 3.1 should be appropriately secured, and effective identity and access management also leads to effective compliance.
In this webcast, Brown will discuss:
•The biggest challenges organizations face as a result of these changes incorporated into PCI DSS 3.1;
•Why network security is instrumental to ultimately meeting PCI DSS 3.1 requirements;
•How Dell security solutions prepare its customers to stay secure, pass audits today and be prepared for future changes in the PCI standard.