DevOps, Security and PCI - Implementing SCM To Meet PCI Standards

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Kevin Eberman, Director of Operations at MineralTree

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Security failures with millions of stolen credit cards have become an all too normal part of the news. The Payment Card Industry (PCI) has issued a standard for companies and service providers for handling credit cards to mitigate the risk of these breaches. Implementing a PCI certified environment requires a coordinated and sustained commitment to security by adopting policies, writing procedures, and an ability to successfully demonstrate compliance during audits. A number of PCI standards require the implementation of Server Configuration Management (SCM). SCM is an integral tool of DevOps. It is invaluable for meeting PCI requirements that are technical and need documentation. This discussion will review security challenges, which PCI requirements can be met with SCM and how to successfully implement SCM to meet PCI standards.

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