PCI DSS and Protecting Cardholder Data

Presented by

Derek E. Brink, VP & Research Fellow for IT Security, Aberdeen Group

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Aberdeen Group presents insights from its research into the year-over-year progress that Best-in-Class organizations have been made in achieving, and sustaining, compliance with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS). Public disclosures of security breaches involving consumer cardholder data continue to be a threat to consumer confidence in payment cards, and a growing source of financial risk for the payment card industry. Aberdeen's research shows that Best-in-Class organizations have indeed achieved superior protection of cardholder data through compliance with PCI DSS, and even Laggards have made encouraging gains in the last year.

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